Privacy

How to change your password and turn on two factor authentication (2FA) on Twitter

How to change your Twitter password and turn on two factor authentication 2FA on iPhone and iPad.

Twitter recently emailed its users about a security breach in which user passwords stored in an internal log were unmasked. Though the bug has been fixed, Twitter suggests users change their passwords and consider turning on login verification. Login verification is Twitter's version of two-factor authentication, which is an extra layer of security that is available for your Apple ID, Facebook and many other online services.

How to set up two-factor authentication for your Apple ID

How to enable two factor authentication (2FA) for Apple ID on iPhone and iPod.

News stories of data breaches, stolen identities, hi-jacked accounts and other cyber-crimes are at this point no more odd than those of fires or car accidents - they occur on a daily basis and don't seem to have any end-all solution in sight, at least not anytime soon. Just as one keeps a fire extinguisher and wears a safety belt for prevention and protection, so should one use every available tool to protect against cyber-crimes. One of the simplest yet most effective tools that can beef up your online security and privacy is two-factor authentication, also known as 2FA.

How to enable 2-factor authentication (2FA) on Facebook

How to turn on 2FA two-factor authentication on Facebook on iPhone and iPad.

Security is always (or should be) a primary concern with any information you have online, including data from your social media accounts. Somebody with access to your Facebook account could wreak havoc on it, not just by spamming your friends, but by potentially gaining access to other online accounts and payment methods. With stories like the Cambridge Analytica data breach in the news, privacy and security are once again on the public mind.

How to manage your Facebook Ad Profile

How to manage your Facebook Ad Preferences on iPhone and iPad.

Everyone with a Facebook account is familiar with their own user profile and how to manage it, but many may not be aware that they have a second profile that advertisers look at to determine how to advertise to them. As the old saying goes, if you aren't paying for a product then you are the product, and this is true for Facebook, as ad revenue is its bread and butter.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Privacy