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This really depends on the sites you're logged in to and how alert you are as a person. I can imagine the following scenarios (not specific to any of the sites you mentioned, but just general scenarios): Sensitive information is transmitted in the URL: For each request, a session ID is transmitted in the URL. In this case proxy servers will log the ...


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One possibility is that her passwords are being synced through the browser. If this is true then even if she changes her password it can be updated on any synced device (convenient for someone who is not in this situation). To remedy this, she will need to change her browser sync settings and password, then change her facebook password (and others) again. I ...


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Technically you can store the access token in your database, and use it for API calls until it expires. It might be more trouble than its worth, though. For one thing, as Jonathan notes in his comment above, now you have to worry about securing your database and the data in it - these tokens give access to some fairly privileged information about your ...



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