We all have Facebook friends who post way too much public information or friends who have had their accounts hacked and used to distribute spam or malware. If you don’t want to be like them, the best solution is to install a security application for your Facebook account. We have tested the five most popular Facebook security apps and we have lots of interesting data to share. Which is the best security application for your Facebook account? Read this comparison to find out.
Security tips and tricks about using Facebook, from Windows 7 or Windows 8.
One of the most used security applications for Facebook is named secure.me. This free application is developed by Avast! and it promises to protect both your Facebook account and that of your child. But, is it a good security application? Is it worth using? Let's find out in this review.
We continue our Security for Everyone series by testing a different kind of security app for Facebook - one that evaluates how safe your posting habits are. One that shows how reckless you are when posting on this social network. We are talking about ZoneAlarm Privacy Scan. Read this article to learn how it works and how it can be useful to you.
The next guest in our series is ESET Social Media Scanner - a great looking security app for Facebook. It is bundled with the desktop security products sold by ESET but it can also be used by Facebook users who don't use such software. But, before you do use it and give it access to your Facebook account, it is best to learn how it works and whether it is worth installing. Find out more in this review.
Today, we continue our Security for Everyone series by reviewing another security app for Facebook - Norton Safe Web. This app is free and can also be used by people who don't necessarily use Norton antivirus or internet security software. Let's learn about how it works and how good or bad it is, from this quick review.
We would like to continue our Security for Everyone series with a few episodes on security apps for Facebook. We all use this social network and while doing it we expose ourselves to security problems. For example, we may set our account wrongly and too much of our data becomes public or we click on every link shared by our friends and, unwillingly access infected websites and so on. In this episode we will talk about Bitdefender Safego - one of the first security apps for Facebook. Let's see how it works, what it does and whether it is a good Facebook app to install on your account.
The last couple of Security for Everyone episodes, introduced two Facebook applications that help protect you by warning against threats on Facebook, specifically those found in your wall or news feed. Today we are going to introduce a couple more utilities that help protect you and also take a look at the privacy settings in Facebook. My intention is not to discourage you from using Facebook but to encourage you to enter into it wisely and re-evaluate your activity and settings on a regular basis.
While browsing your library of photos, chances are you will find some you want to post on Facebook and share with your friends on this social network. This usually means that you have to open your Internet browser, go to your Facebook profile, go to Add pictures, upload the pictures, etc. Too many steps if you ask me. Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 allows you to upload pictures to Facebook with a few simple clicks, without having to open the browser. This tutorial will show the steps you need to follow for doing so.