A Texas woman sued Facebook, claiming that she was lured into the sex trade at age 15 by a man who “friended” her and that Facebook did not do enough to verify the user’s identity or warn her that sex traffickers were lurking on the platform.
In a blog post on Tuesday evening, Facebook said a continuing investigation of the close to 50 million accounts that were compromised “has so far found no evidence that the attackers accessed any apps using Facebook Login.”
The announcement comes after Facebook last week disclosed its worst-ever security breach, saying hackers had stolen login codes that allowed them to access nearly 50 million Facebook accounts.
Facebook did not immediately return an email seeking comment on Tuesday. An attorney for Dallas-based Backpage.com didn’t immediately return a phone call.
Facebook has announced its new Head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, almost a week after resignation of Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger
Use of Facebook for money laundering and organised crime was found to be prevalent in neighbouring Bangladesh where a Facebook page was opened in the name of a senior government official.
Facebook reportedly blocked users from posting certain stories related to its security breach.
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What Facebook knows so far is that hackers got access to the 50 million accounts by exploiting three distinct bugs in Facebook’s code that allowed them to steal those digital keys, technically known as “access tokens.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the Oculus Quest, a $399 (Rs 28,933) standalone wireless virtual reality headset, a big leap in the virtual reality space that has yet to catch on with mainstream consumers.
Facebook Security Breach: A hacker — or hackers, as Facebook doesn’t know the number — exploited several software bugs at once to obtain login access to as many as 50 million account
Facebook security breach: The incident was big enough for Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg to post that the social network was still investigating the breach
With over 90 million users logged out of the Facebook app, the social network has temporarily disabled the ‘View As’ feature
WhatsApp is already working on adding advertisements to the Status feature on the iOS version of the app, according to a new report
Facebook Inc, which like many Silicon Valley giants runs a thriving bug-bounty program, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment outside business hours