Visionaries are the rare, once-in-a-generation unicorns who change the world aren’t they? The answer is no, not really. Like with most anything, creating a powerful vision and a radical product strategy can be learned. Radhika Dutt, co-founder of Radical Product and product strategy rockstar, will teach you how. Get your e27 Academy tickets to join […]
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Security firm Imperva found a bug in May that allowed websites to read Facebook users and their friends’ private information. The troubling vulnerability let a site access users’ likes and interests through a manipulated Facebook Graph query. Thankfully, the bug has now been fixed Imperva’s researcher Ron Masas discovered in May that Facebook was exposed to cross-site request forgery (CSRF). That means another website can access a logged-in Facebook user’s data through queries in code. To exploit the bug, a site can embed an IFRAME – a site within a site – to siphon off data from a user. When a logged-in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook