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Facebook Stored Millions Of User Passwords In Plain, Readable Text
on 21st of Mar 2019 Unknown to hundreds of millions of Facebook users, their passwords were sitting in plain text inside the company’s data storage, leaving them vulnerable to potential employee misuse and cyberattack

Facebook explains why its AI didn’t catch New Zealand gunman’s live stream
on 21st of Mar 2019 Facebook explained why its artificial intelligence systems didn’t detect a live streamed video of an attack on two mosques in New Zealand last week, in a blogpost Thursday. In the post, Guy Rosen,

Millions of Facebook passwords exposed
Mar 22nd, 2019 01:10 UTC The passwords of millions of Facebook users were accessible by up to 20,000 employees of the social network, it has been reported. Security researcher Brian Krebs broke the news about data protection

Over 20,000 Facebook employees had access to 600 million user passwords
on 21st of Mar 2019 It will notify hundreds of millions of users after discovering credentials were stored in plain text. It’s a day of the week ending in the letter “y,” so it should come as little surprise there’s news

Facebook Left Hundreds of Millions of Passwords Unencrypted. Here’s How to Change Yours Right Now
on 21st of Mar 2019 Facebook users may want to consider changing their passwords, even if the company isn’t initiating a password reset after it acknowledged it left hundreds of millions of passwords exposed to

Amazon is finally letting brands track traffic from Facebook in its latest effort to cozy up to big marketers
on 21st of Mar 2019 As part of its ongoing effort to show brand marketers it can do more than crank out conversions, Amazon is starting to let brands track traffic that comes to their pages from Facebook. Amazon said in

Facebook exposed hundreds of millions of passwords on internal database
on 21st of Mar 2019 March 21 (UPI) –Facebook stored hundreds of millions of account passwords with no encryption in plain, searchable text where thousands of employees had access to it, the social media giant confirmed

Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plain text
on 21st of Mar 2019 Facebook stored passwords for hundreds of millions of users in plain text, exposing them for years to anyone who had internal access to the files, according to Krebs on Security. User passwords are