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This falls under information security and should be old news but I hope everyone has at least heard of the Capital One breach by now. While Capital One is a respected company with a very good card used by individuals and small businesses they made a mistake with the permissions given to a Web Application Firewall. How does this apply to everyone reading this? Well, most of us download apps for our phones on a regular basis. Have you ever considered or viewed the permissions those apps are requesting? You should understand why that "great app" need access to photos, location, microphone etc. In the end, is the app worth any possible security risks?
You decide but knowledge is power!
**Please understand this was an extremely simplified explanation of the breach to make a point**
As always the full site URLs are listed for those of you following the best practice of not clicking links.
Thanks for reading,