Facebook increase security after hacking?

By | January 28th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Maybe its no coincidence that Facebook recently announced some new security just after Mark Zuckerberg's personal fan page was evidently hacked. However, for whatever reason, better security on Facebook is always a good thing. Hypertext transfer protocol secureFirstly from today they say on the Facebook blog posted on 26.1.11. you'll be able to experience Facebook entirely over HTTPS  -  It might be a good idea to turn this on (as always we have to turn it on rather than off)  this especially if you are accessing Facebook on free WiFi - like at coffee shops, airports and other public places. HTTPS is used by banks or online shops - a lock shows in the address bar to show that the browser is using a secure connection, ("HTTPS") to communicate with the website and protect your information. Pages do take longer to load, and some applications may not be supported but privacy is the key so that shouldn't worry us. Facebook say that they will work hard to resolve these issues. To set this up..... Click Account - Top RightAccount SettingsTick - Browse [...]