alexa Abstract | Web Vulnerabilities Caused By Social Media Web Service Integration
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Social Media Integration has become vital for any public profit making industry to quickly publish and reach their customers. Even the integration respondents are quick enough to catch up the latest products by both hands. Social media integration simply meant to be the summation of social website buttons such as Facebook (FB), Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ etc., on the most visited pages of your website. Companies are optimizing their presence in the online domain through social media integration and eagerly helping themselves to have more customer engagement to a whole new level. In the competitive era every organization is looking for social media channel to make their products popular among millions of online users across boundaries to make quick money out of their valuable services. Pause: Have we ever thought of the vulnerabilities involved in accessing the social media channels on sake of security threats of stealing their private information by hackers? Web services involved in integration of social media should be protected due to the vulnerabilities with each software components may have.

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Author(s): Jasmeet Kaur, Neha Singh


Vulnerability, Accountability, Susceptibility, Authentication, Authorization, Optimization., Otitis Media

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