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Electronic signature in Washington Job Offer for Plumbing

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When a client enters information (such as a password) into the online form on , the information is encrypted so the client cannot see it. An authorized representative for the client, called a "Doe Representative," must enter the information into the "Signature" field to complete the signature.

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I can't find any documentation about that on the internet. I guess this is a problem for all of us."A statement on Facebook from the company reads, "A security flaw existed in the way that pages can access user profiles. Once an attacker could send an authenticated user to the wrong page and the page would try to access a user's profile. As a result, it was possible that the attacker could access the profile and the data associated with it."Facebook has also acknowledged the issue in a blog post. "As soon as we became aware, we fixed an issue and notified the community," the company wrote. "We're also working with our security team to help further investigate. In the meantime, we advise users to only share the information needed to identify them to the person they're sharing with."As for Zuckerberg's Facebook profile, which the company says was not compromised, the site's security team says it's not clear how the user would have been able to get in."The security team has examined the attack and we have no evidence we would have had the ability to get in," wrote David Marcus, Facebook's chief security officer. "So, this appears to be more a case of our security team having to review the profile of the account owner than anything else."Zuckerberg isn't the first tech executive to face security issues. Last year, the CEO of Apple was forced to shut down his iCloud service after a hacker discovered and exploited a hole in the software that stored data like pictures and...