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Flaw Discovered in Facebook Account Security
Picture visiting your Facebook account, viewing your Facebook Timeline, making a few posts in your Facebook wall, updating your status. Then you leave Facebook.com, without logging out of Facebook, and go to a couple of other web sites. You know, the usual daily routine. For a lot of, it's easier to just leave Facebook.com and visit other websites with out logging out of one's Facebook account. Whenever you go back to Facebook.com, you are already logged in--you do not to kind your Facebook user Id and password again. You are able to go right to your Facebook timeline, to see all of the updates from your Facebook buddies.
What's disturbing here will be the reality that whenever you go to a website. Not only will you "Like" a URL of the web website owner's choosing, the net site will also instantly post on your Facebook Wall without you even understanding it. If you're logged into your Facebook account, even though you're NOT on Facebook.com, any website can instantly post on your Facebook Wall without your knowledge. This is a severe Facebook safety flaw that Facebook requirements to deal with correct away.
At this point, there is truly only one way which you personally can stop web websites from automatically posting and auto "Liking" when you visit their web website. Whenever you visit Facebook.com you should log in--and when you leave Facebook.com, you should log out. As lengthy at you are technically logged out of Facebook.com, there is no way that a devious web site owner can force you to automatically "like" their internet site--and they can't instantly post on your Facebook Wall.
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