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Go through the apps you gave some permission on facebook. Especially the "post on my behalf" permission. Remove any you don't trust (or don't remember giving them permissions). Anyway, it might be a one time thing, and there is nothing to get rid of. Read through this blog post for more information. In the extreme case, you might be indeed infected by ...


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There are several possibilities here: A tab in Firefox has a website that keeps connecting and refreshing an internal IP address. That might be a home NAS appliance that by coincidence has the same IP with your computer A Javascript script from a legitimate website attempts to scan the internal network using Cross Origin Requests or WebSockets. This ...


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It's entirely possible that this has no bearing on your own devices or settings. Let's talk about the way one could go about designing that feature: Consider all connections one or two steps away. From those who have enabled syncing their contacts, consider those with a fuzzily matched name. Factored with some other heuristic scoring, you start seeing ...


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From the first paragraph of the link you've provided: As a result, apps that don't support SHA-2 certificate signatures will no longer be able to connect to Facebook starting on October 1, 2015. I would read this differently to your interpretation. This is not a requirement to the apps to have certificates signed with SHA-2 but it is a requirement to ...



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