Reppler: Scans Your Facebook Profile for Embarrassing Content

Israel Nicolas 09-04-2011

Our social networking profiles have become part of our image, with some companies and universities checking out your profile as part of your application. To make sure that your Facebook profile is squeaky clean, check out Reppler. This online reputation management tool actively scans your profile for dodgy content and images and points out what you need to remove.


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To start using the tool, you need to log in with your Facebook account. Then allow Reppler a few minutes to scan your wall posts and once done, your dashboard will show any inappropriate content, as well as your online impression and any privacy or security risks. So when you have an embarrassing photo posted from years back, Reppler should be able to let you know about it.

Reppler is a much needed tool for people who are only now realizing how important it is to clean up their profiles and need to do something to get rid of them.


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  1. 2dougmac
    June 7, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    Is it just me, or do others feel a bit wormy when a site asks to access that amount of content whether or not you are on Facebook?

    I know that a one-time access to limited information would be ok, and god knows that so many people (ahem, Anthony Weiner) could really benefit from being monitored, but those pop-up "allow me to access... " boxes make me squeamish. Just being overly protective?

  2. Lionel Hutz
    June 7, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    How can it tell a photo is embarrassing?
    I tested by posting an obvious porn picture, and it told me there was no inappropriate content.

  3. Anonymous
    April 10, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    This is a hot and relevant issue right now. There's definite overlap with Last Night Never Happened (, our iPhone app that launched a couple of weeks ago and which has attracted significant media coverage. Similar to Reppler's goal of reputation saving, the app helps you go back in time and bulk eradicate Facebook and Twitter updates with the tap of a button.