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If I'm reading your question correctly, you'll be fine. You're still hooked up to Facebook via SSL, whose security isn't, at the moment, broken. Tor now includes HTTPS Everywhere, which would force Facebook to use SSL (assuming it was supported) even if it didn't do so by default (which, at the moment, it does). Since Firesheep (a bit later in 2010 than that ...


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It could be caused by lots of possible reasons, and since your public IP address is shared among several users, it's possible that one of those users attempted to authenticate with your information, or you did inadvertently on someone else's device, or perhaps it's just flat out incorrect. You did the right thing by changing your password. Just keep an eye ...


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To specifically address the scenario, Facebook doesn't need to wait until a user logs in to capture an OAuth token. Since you're trusting Facebook as your authentication provider, they can generate a valid OAuth token for any user in their system anytime they please. Given that, there are three potentially correct answers here. This is not a threat, ...



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