Monday, January 28, 2008

Social Networking

Social networking sites are an increasingly popular way for people to keep in contact with friends, family and business colleagues. These sites offer a rich set of features that enable users to share personal information as well as videos, music, and images with members of their network—all in the name of keeping their contacts updated with what goes on in their lives. Although the ability to share information and multimedia files are among social networking sites’ greatest strengths, hackers see these assets as new vectors to attack unsuspecting users.

Read the article HERE.

My Friend Bill
I just signed up for a MySpace page. I’ve become very interested in social networking and it was time to join the fun. Once you create an account the next step is to add some friends to your network. So the first thing I decided to do was send an invite my friend Bill Gates.

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JaseZone? More like FakeZone
Well, we all know that there is a certain amount of risk we have to accept when we place personal information on a Web site, including the possibility that someone may use that information without your explicit permission.

Read the article HERE.


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