Facebook caught security junk, resetting accounts of nearly five million users

Facebook caught security junk, resetting accounts of nearly five million users

Facebook said that its features were found in "View as", that hackers can take action against them.

Social networking website Facebook said on Friday that Facebook has discovered such security-related loopholes that affect the accounts of nearly half a million users, causing hackers to put an end to these accounts. After this, Facebook has removed a large feature from its social networking platform.

Facebook caught security junk, resetting accounts of nearly five million users

Facebook has said that it has got a drawback in its feature 'View as'. This feature can be broken through a feature. Through this feature, it can be seen how your profile looks in any other way. Due to this disturbance, Facebook has reset access tokens of nearly 50 million (five crore) affected accounts.


Facebook has said in a blog post that "We have just started our investigation, we have to decide whether these accounts were misused, or any information was accessed?"

As a precaution, Facebook has reset access tokens for 40 million accounts watched through the other 40 million alternatives "in the form of views" in the last 40 years.


Facebook has said that nearly 90 million people will have to log in to Facebook or any app again. Facebook also said that he temporarily shut down the option of "View as".

Facebook shares fell 3 percent in the afternoon on Friday at $ 163.78, which was heavily on the Wall Street Stock Index.

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