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There is a reasonable probability that anyone reading this will have set up an online account that uses Google, Facebook or other social media login for authentication. Social media-authenticated login options are convenient for users and web developers alike. Furthermore, social media logins are used not only to access online accounts but also to provide access to IoT devices, smart TVs, and other devices. But does this convenience cost us security?When Facebook went down in 2021, countless millions lost access to accounts authenticated using their Facebook login. So the questions are: Has this experiment with third-party authentication worked? And is it good, bad, or indifferent to secure login? There is a reasonable probability that anyone reading this will have set up an online account that uses Google, Facebook or other social media login for authentication. Social media-authenticated login options are convenient for users and web developers alike. Furthermore, social media logins are used not only to access online accounts but also to provide access to IoT devices, smart TVs, and other devices. But does this convenience cost us security?When Facebook went down in 2021, countless millions lost access to accounts authenticated using their Facebook login. So the questions are: Has this experiment with third-party authentication worked? And is it good, bad, or indifferent to secure login?

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  1. woah
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  3. hmm
  4. woah~!!!!!
  5. cool!
  6. Thank you for much great feedback this week! We’re currently testing a version that adds swipe gesture to navigate back, and saves scroll position on your feed. It’s looking good! Prepping for release soon 🙌
  7. Disappointing that the 544,690 DACA recipients are left in limbo 😒
  8. love SZA!!
  9. This is awful.
  10. @will hey, what's up? wish there was DMs
  11. Can't stop, won't stop
  12. Shaffer Chimere Smith (born October 18, 1979), known professionally as Ne-Yo , is an American singer, songwriter, actor, dancer, and record producer. He gained fame for his songwriting abilities when he penned Mario 's 2004 hit " Let Me Love You ". The single's successful release pro
  13. huh, I didn't know they stopped
  14. I love OSes
  15. I'm so excited!
  16. By: Lindsay Whitehurst, The Associated Press In a major breach of a U.S. Marshals Service computer system this month with ransomware, hackers stole sensitive and personally identifiable data about agency employees and targets of investigations, an agency spokesman said Tuesday. The
  17. Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee appears to have dressed in drag — an art form he wants to restrict.

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