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GetPRSM – The security friendly Social Network?

By | August 25th, 2013|Categories: Social Media|Tags: , , , , , |

At first glance you think GetPrsm seems to be a fabulous social networking site, the site was created by Datacoup who put together this site after NSA’s sweeping data collection program. Datacoup which was founded by Matt Hogan is itself a  free web & mobile application that empowers consumers with their own personal data. What about this GetPrsm Social Network? Is it a new network or what?  Let us see what GetPrsm's features are... The Network boasts No Ad’s ever Unlimited Storage 320 million users (are alarm bells ringing yet?) Never worry about sharing again With a host of things you can share on line including.... Purchases – Internet Searches – Email – Blog Posts – TV shows watched – Photos Uploaded – Locations – Phone Calls – Videos Watched – Texts – Social Media – And More. Uh huh…. Instantly upload trillions of megabytes of data. Key Partners Include Facebook Google Apple Yahoo Skype AOL At&t Now you get it – there is a clue in the name - PRSM.  Yes, you’d be wrong in thinking the new social networking [...]

How to find your #UDID for your iPhone as #Anonymous posts 1,000,001 IDs on Pastebin #Antisec

By | September 4th, 2012|Categories: Tips and Tricks|Tags: , , , , , , , |

It appears that Anonymous have posted 1,000,001 UDID's from a total of 12,000,000 iOS devices that they "retreived"  from the FBI This is the message on Pastebin - http://pastebin.com/nfVT7b0Z which they say had 370,000 hits 1 hour ago at the time of posting this. The reason for this was to aparently expose the FBI Agent for having 12m Apple UDID on his laptop - why we wonder is the reason for this, are they being tracked? On the Paste bin it says..... why exposing this personal data? well we have learnt it seems quite clear nobody pays attention if you just come and say 'hey, FBI is using your device details and info and who the fuck knows what the hell are they experimenting with that', well sorry, but nobody will care. FBI will, as usual, deny or ignore this uncomfortable thingie and everybody will forget the whole thing at amazing speed. so next option, we could have released mail and a very small extract of the data. some people would eventually pick up the issue but well, lets be honest, that [...]

LinkedIn Update, Member Passwords were Hacked – How to change Password

By | June 6th, 2012|Categories: Scams, Social Media|Tags: , , , , , , , |

LinkedIn have now confirmed that some of the passwords were hacked today. Well, what they actually say is "We can confirm that some of the passwords that were compromised correspond to LinkedIn accounts." Members that have accounts associated with the compromised passwords will notice that their LinkedIn account password is no longer valid. These members will also receive an email from LinkedIn with instructions on how to reset their passwords. There will not be any links in these emails. For security reasons, you should never change your password on any website by following a link in an email. These affected members will receive a second email from our Customer Support team providing a bit more context on this situation and why they are being asked to change their passwords. Via .... http://blog.linkedin.com/2012/06/06/linkedin-member-passwords-compromised/ So that is a good thing to remember - never change your password from a link in an email, and don't on this occasion. To confirm they say if you have been compromised you won't be able to log in and LinkedIn are going to send you details, I would assume [...]

Person Folder – A NEW Social networking site!

By | April 24th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

What is Person Folder? Person Folder lets you keep track of your friends and connections the way YOU want. Its a brand spanking A NEW Social networking site;  users may create a personal profile, both public and private, add other users as friends and exchange messages, including automatic notifications when they update their profile. Additionally, users may join common interest user groups, organized by workplace, school, or college, or other characteristics. Profiles also have the ability to create full profile page customization and the ability to add a music player. I joined it today, its still in beta, they are constantly working on it, creating fun happenings, and magic behind the curtains - who knows what might happen! It appears that Person Folder arrived on the scene after a few people were  just fed up with Facebook's security, hence the slogan. One thing that I did notice straight away (which is totally different to Facebook, sadly) is that EVERYTHING is set to ME ONLY - then you go to settings and change it to either "friends", or "everyone" if you want. Which of course is [...]

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 [...]

Can you see who’s looking at or stalking your Facebook Profile? – NO!

By | December 18th, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

I've seen another batch of these messages similar to the free make up scams, where an application tells you that you can track who's been looking at your Facebook Profile.  Update: New one seen today called Facestalkers - exactly the same thing, the name might change but the song remains the same.  This is fake, its a scam.  I've not clicked on it myself but I am pretty certain that it takes you to an advertising page or to a fake page after asking if it can access your Facebook account and then reposts messages from your account, I've seen two types of messages  per person so far.  This is how I know its fake.  From the Facebook help page.  Every so often these applications appear insisting that they can inform you of who has looked at your Facebook profile and they catch people out as people would like to know, but as I've shown you from the above statements, Facebook do not allow this, they have actually make it technically impossible they say.  There are also now Facebook pages [...]