Security researchers have set up a site designed to prod social networking websites into practising what they preach about web security. Socialnetworksecurity.org, which aims to publish details of security vulnerabilities on Web 2.0 sites such as Xing or Facebook, was set up last weekend by security researchers frustrated with a …
So they want to list the security holes in social websites
Pointless. Nobody is going to read past the first 16 or 17 pages.
Filter at work is blocking www.socialnetworksecurity.org as having potentially damaging content.
Not sure what the issue is.
The site looks useful.
It shouldn't be blocked, probably blocked in error.
Of course it might have evil all over it, but if so AdBlock is knocking it down so all I see is a clean site.
There is also a more user friendly site that gives useful tips, guides and information out to the joe sixpack's of this world at http://soc-sec.net - better to help people stop sharing info stupidly on sites huh ?...
a phishing site for phishing, how unique.
Pity the NSA didn't think of it first....oh, sorry, they did. It's at www.facebook.com
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