Posts Tagged 'social media'

Si usted es como yo, su feed de Facebook (y Twitter, Instagram, Vine, etc.), probablemente ha sido bombardeado con todas las cosas relativas a Pokémon estos últimos días. Si se pregunta por qué, es debido al lanzamiento de Nintendo de Pokémon Go para Android e IOS el 7 de julio. Para los no iniciados, Pokémon […]

Cuando nos referimos a las comunicaciones cotidianas, digámoslo de una manera sutil, estamos casados con nuestras aplicaciones de mensajería. Por ello es preocupante cuando los investigadores descubren defectos de seguridad en las principales herramientas de mensajería. Y eso es exactamente lo que sucedió recientemente, cuando los investigadores identificaron un defecto puntual de la aplicación Facebook […]

Everybody knows it, everybody admits it, and everybody seems to accept it. We’re addicted to our mobile phones. While over-attachment to smartphones sometimes makes us miss out on immediate experiences, it can also pose a security problem — especially on summer trips when we’re unable, or unwilling, to unplug. We at Intel Security wanted to […]

When it comes to day-to-day communications, we are—to put it mildly—married to our messaging applications. Which is why it’s worrying when researchers find security flaws in major messaging apps. And that’s exactly what happened recently, when researchers identified a troublesome flaw in the Facebook Messenger application. The flaw would give a cybercriminal unfettered access to a […]

It’s easy to create online accounts, and it’s just as easy to forget them. Remember Myspace? The early social media network existed before Facebook, but even those who spent a lot of time on it may have forgotten all about it. That’s why a recent breach on Myspace that exposed 360 million people’s accounts is […]