Allowing the Facebook Debugger through nginx’s auth_basic

In my prior post, Allowing the Facebook Debugger through .htaccess, I showed how you could do just that. But, as time goes on, I spend more and more time with nginx and I need to adapt my rules. So, today, I decided I should do the exact same thing with nginx. All of the dev […]

You Want Us To Be Secure…

But you make it so complicated. From a technical standpoint, I understand how simple it is to create certificates for SSL/TLS and put them into configs and use ’em. From a user standpoint, I can not understand the who/what/when/where/why as to the whole security industry and being so damn complicated. So many SSL providers out […]

Don’t Allow Facebook Apps to Get Your Email

Just say no to these prompts. There’s no need a Facebook application has any need to email you directly bypassing the “safe” realm of what Facebook already offers. Applications that need to contact you can already do so via your in box, application counters, and emailing you via Facebook’s email proxy. (A proxy which protects […]

Don’t Trust Facebook’s Photo Privacy At All

You constantly hear about things happening to people because of things on facebook.  Mostly pictures and how certain people who probably shouldn’t be able to see them somehow managed to see them. And it goes sort of like this.  I have a photo album called ‘Pets’ and this album on Facebook.  This album has the […]