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Facebook still lacks security XSS and SQLi vulnerable

Facebook the largest social network, since February has over 845 million active users.  With so many active users security must be the main concerns of this company. However we discover that Facebook is not that secure after all. Two of the most common vulnerabilities where discovered.

 

Internet Governance regulatory models for cyberspace

In the early days of the Internet, not too many counties had access to it. Access to the Internet was limited to those that could afford to visit the online world. Since the revolution of the internet however, the internet has embraced in most aspects of our lives, from online shopping, banking, education and so forth. Internet has change the way people think and the way people live. Such changes are social networks that almost erase every privacy right. Facebook founder and CEO M. Zuckeberg recently went on record and said that none of the cool kids care about privacy; neither should you[1]. As a result of this revolution cyberspace has raised several issues and challenges to the traditional models of regulation. This paper will examine the traditional regulating models and actors involved and whether they can adapt to the fast changing cyberspace in order to provide the protection required in a world that cybercrime increases by 35% per year[2].