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Take a look at NoScript. Obviously its main purpose is to deactivate JavaScript (and other "add-ons" to your browser) globally and activate it only for selected (i.e. trusted) sites. Nevertheless it can be operated differently, e.g. you can leave JavaScript activated, while still profiting from other security mechanisms, e.g. its ClearClick technology, which ...


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The sms vulnerability reported to Facebook was something else as far as I saw, it uses the Facebook's response to unregistered numbers to receive an unused confirmation code to reset password of other users... If you are using an Android device, I strongly suggest you should check your mobile for any malicious applications. While I was doing some research ...


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Sites that use Facebook logins should never have access to your username/password. The Facebook API connects the user directly to Facebook, authenticates the user, and then passes that authentication back to the website that you're on. If something different is going on, that website is probably behaving maliciously (think, emulating the facebook login ...



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