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Firstly, it's critical to check for cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the network, as phishers often target unvalidated forms and URL query strings to take users to their attack sites. In conjunction with XSS, phishers often employ iFrames to create seamless website overlays, making it difficult for users to know the site with which they are ...


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Most likely you can't wait it out. There is a trick on android if you log in to gmail with the native mail client (or any pop3 basic client) you can bypass things like this on most mail providers. What you can do is give them a quick phone call and have them sort it out for you pretty quickly. This is a very common problem when it comes to Google based ...


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I got my answer after I filed a complaint with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. Unsurprisingly, Facebook didn't ignore their query like it did mine. The answer is that, while accounts that users deactivate themselves do show up in your friends list, allowing you to unfriend them, accounts that Facebook staff disable (such as due to violation ...


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You can't! Facebook won't allow you to hide your profile picture and cover photo (these will be always public, no matter what are you settings). The workaround is to simply change/blur the profile picture, create a fake profile (which isn't allowed) or deactivating your account for some period of time. On Facebook Help Centre we can read: Anyone can ...



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