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I agree, unfortunately there are a lot of people that don't realize this and will click on any and every cool looking app out there.
However, even if your Facebook account is compromised people need to realize that they should only be putting information on their page that they want the whole world to see. If people would just ask themselves one question "Am I ok with my [boss, wife, mom, complete stranger] knowing this" before posting a lot of issues could be avoided.
You're kidding right?
A x.509 certificate will only slow the NSA down a few seconds (if that).
Solid state drives, for the win.
"The nature of the [breach] is such that card-not-present transactions are actually quite difficult for the bad guys to do because one piece of information we know they did not get was an address," Baldwin said.
Because as we all know it is impossible to get someone's address by having only their full name and credit card number.
They are trying to down play a very serious incident by disclosing the breach on a day heavily focused on the inauguration. Then they have the nerve to say "don't worry they didn't get your address" as if to say someone smart enough to embed malicious software which gathers credit card numbers is not smart enough to find someone's address. Common!
Oh crap, get ready for another wave of "omg where is the start button" questions on the Ubuntu message boards.