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Over 120 Million Private Facebook Message Sold By Hackers

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Over 120 Million Private Facebook Message Sold By Hackers

Over 120 Million Private Facebook Message Sold By Hackers

According to DigitalTrends, over 120 million private Facebook messages were recently sold online by hackers.

The messages were obtained through an unnamed rogue browser extensions which monitored users.

Reports say the breach was first discovered in September.

That month, Facebook also announced that that up to 50 million accounts were compromised.

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