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Hacker Cancels Plan to Live Stream Deletion of Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Account. It was just yesterday when Facebook announced that it was hacked after attackers exploited a vulnerability in its View As feature and gained access to over 50 million accounts. Now, a well-known hacker from Taiwan, Chang Chi-yuan made headlines for a rather intriguing […]
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With new iPhone XS out, it is a universally believed fact that Apple is committed to improving, and enhancing user privacy and security in its devices. With the new iOS 12 and iOS 12.1 beta, the Cupertino-based company claims to have taken security to a whole new level. However, this claim is questioned after numerous […]
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: YouTuber reveals iPhone XS passcode bypass bug exposing contacts/photos
Stealth, persistence mechanism and ability to infect a wide swath of devices make malware dangerous and very different from the usual Mirai knockoffs, Avast says.
Facebook said today some 90 million of its users may get forcibly logged out of their accounts after the company fixed a rather glaring security vulnerability in its Web site that may have let attackers hijack user profiles. In short blog post published this afternoon, Facebook said hackers have been exploiting a vulnerability in Facebook’s […]
Hackers exploited a flaw in Facebook’s code impacting its “View As” feature.
Hackers exploited a vulnerability in the “View As” feature of Facebook. The social media giant Facebook has announced that it has suffered a massive cyber attack, resulting in 50 million users account impacted. In a statement, the vice president of product management at Facebook, Guy Rosen said that hackers exploited a vulnerability in Facebook’s ‘view as’ feature which […]
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Facebook hacked: Hackers steal access tokens of 50 million accounts
Android, Debian and Ubuntu users are still at risk.
A vulnerability in Facebook's "View As" feature let attackers steal security tokens linked to 50 million accounts, the company confirms.
Bypass works on iOS 12 and Apple's latest iPhone XS model phones allowing an attacker to access contacts and photos.