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Facebook reveals 'millions' of Instagram passwords were stored insecurely, not thousands Friday, 19 April 2019
Facebook has added new information to an old Newsroom post, revealing that millions of Instagram user passwords were stored in a “readable” format.
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According to Business Insider, Facebook revealed Thursday that it has stored millions of Instagram users' passwords in an unencrypted format, which means employees could easily read passwords for years. The news came Thursday when an existing Facebook blog post from March was updated. The post...

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