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Facebook Hit By Another Security Breach; 6.8 Million Users’ Photos Leaked

Fossbytes Saturday, 15 December 2018
Facebook Hit By Another Security Breach; 6.8 Million Users’ Photos LeakedWelcome to another episode of “Facebook and Security Breaches.” Yesterday, Facebook announced that a Photo API bug has allowed app developers to access photos of 5.6 million users. The bug gave access to timeline photos, Facebook stories, Marketplace photos and even the photos uploaded by users on Facebook that they never intended to share. According […]

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