A few months after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook is now criticized for managing its customers' personal data.
Facebook said on Thursday that the passwords for hundreds of millions of users had been stored on internal servers in a tax-free format, but they said there was no security breach. "We have solved the problem and, as a warning, will warn anyone who has these passwords stored in this form."Facebook said in a statement, saying that its systems should normally be encrypted.
The internet giant is planning to stop him "Hundreds of millions of users Facebook Lite", a version of the lightning site for around the world with a lower internet connection. t "Ten millions of other Facebook users and tens of thousands of Instagram users"they explained the American group.
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"We will be clear: these passwords have never been seen for anyone outside Facebook and we haven't seen anything so far showing that anyone is abused or ill. paid., applying the social network, which has already been criticized for its management of its personal data, particularly since the inception of Cambridge Analytica in 2018.
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According to KrebsOnSecurity's cyberecurity site, some 20,000 staff now have access to Facebook, sometimes for several years, to store hundreds of thousands of password stored in the area. A few months ago, Facebook realized that runners could access bills of millions of consumers, as a result of a bug.