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Submitted by mrtechnology 638d ago | news

The Giant Security Hole That Facebook Doesn’t Care About

Gizmodo: You probably assume hackers are using all sorts of devious viruses, obscure scripts, "exploits" (whatever that means, right?) and other complex means to break into accounts. But often the means of entry are stupid simple. Facebook has a huge one—and doesn't care about fixing it.
There's a basic premise here that isn't a Facebook problem, but really an internet problem: it's super easy to reset someone's password. (Facebook, Web)

mrtechnology  +   638d ago
Typical Facebook, there's one of these every 6 months..
Speed-Racer  +   637d ago
You don't expect them to be perfect, right? They're constantly changing things so bugs are bound to turn up.
fatstarr  +   637d ago
mmos have fixed this

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