Apr 08, 2021 09:18 AM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
According to reports, on Wednesday, a Facebook spokesman told the outside world about the disclosure of more than 530 million users' information that they had not been informed and had no plans to do so. Hackers have stolen the personal information of these users through a loophole, and recently published the information in a database. Facebook fixed the vulnerability in 2019. A Facebook spokesman said the company did not know which users needed to be notified. He said that in view of the fact that users are unable to fix the vulnerability on their own and that the data of these users has been published on the network, it is decided not to specifically notify relevant users. Facebook said it immediately patched the bug when it found the problem.