Submitted by Yashika kapoor on January 29, 2011 - 11:41am
All those who consider their Facebook accounts as safe, are in for a reality check, now. After Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s account was accessed by the hackers, analysts said that nothing is safe.
Reportedly, the tech world was taken aback when Zuckerberg’s account was hacked and just a day after the hacking case, the giant micro-blogging website owners have introduced some safety measures for the users.
2 new security features
“Effective immediately, users are able to view Facebook through HTTPS, which essentially creates an instantly secured connection over an otherwise insecure network,” informed a Facebook spokesperson.
With this new HTTPS feature, Facebook aims to tackle password stealing, when users access public wireless network browsers.