Thursday, 21 March 2019 Hundreds of millions of Facebook users could be affected by the company's latest data flub. Facebook said it discovered a trove of un-encrypted passwords on an internal server, and that it has fixed the issue.
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Facebook revealed on Thursday it hadn't been properly masking the passwords of hundreds of millions of it users, and stored them in an internal database that could be accessed by its staff. According..
Facebook employees had access to hundreds of millions of users' passwords — for years. Users' passwords were being stored in an unencrypted format, and reportedly were accessible by 20,000 workers at..