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Facebook details what information hackers accessed from 30 millions users

[2018-10-12 17:17:18]

Two weeks ago, Facebook announced that a flaw with its “View As” feature allowed hackers to compromise up to 50 million accounts. Today, the company is out with more specific details on the security breach and has shared exactly what information was stolen and for how many users. The post Facebook details what information hackers accessed from 30 millions users appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Facebook details what information hackers accessed from 30 millions users


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