Security risks in web 2.0

This article explains in minor details about the security risks found on social networking sites, blogs, wikis and RSS feeds. It also includes some examples of technical threats that were abused on sites such as Facebook, MySpace and much more.

Security experts believe that the popularity of social networking is allowing cyber-criminals to access information.
People on social networking website have a tendency to publish important and personal information, which makes it easier for cyber-criminals to abuse the best possible way. The best security advice would be to avoid details about personal information such as names, birth of date and much more in order to maintain and secure this type of information.

Read more about the security risks on the following link below.


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