When you use Facebook, in addition to the privacy settings mentioned in this primer, there are some other things to consider. As you access Facebook.com from home, a coffee shop, or the office, use https instead of http when entering the URL.
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Miscellaneous Security and Privacy tips and tricks – Part 4 of Full guide to Facebook security / privacy
When Facebook changed their privacy settings, the part of your profile that governs contact information, such as IM, Phone, address, Website, Hometown, and Email, were moved to a separate section.
When you are on the main page of your Facebook profile, you will see a settings option, which offers a dropdown menu for access to Account Settings, Privacy Settings, and Application Settings.
Ninety percent of smartphone owners will be using their mobile devices for work and personal purposes throughout the holiday season, giving hackers plenty of opportunities to steal personal information and slither their way into enterprise networks.
The following primer will address the security and privacy settings both offered and seemingly excluded by Facebook. After reading, you should understand the basics for securing and controlling the privacy of your Facebook account, as well as a fundamental grasp of why proper privacy management on Facebook is important.
The concept is not unique, but the marketing on the site certainly is. Passwordsafe.com offers to secure memos and passwords over a SSL encryption on your desktop or online. The problem is that the security of the service is questionable, and even the marketing team agrees.