Considering the recent security breach of 50 million Facebook accounts, rnall the users should log out and again re-login to make sure their rnaccount is safe - warns the global IT and cyber experts. The Facebook rnusers have been suggested, in this matter, in view of recent reports rnthat access tokens of 5 Crore users have been stolen by hackers.
Arn cyber research scientist Chester Wisniewski advised the 2.3 billion rnusers, who're logged in to Facebook on their laptops, desktops, mobiles rnand tables, to immediately log out and try to re-login to verify that rntheir Facebook account has not slipped into the hands of hackers. By rndoing so, Chester adds, one can validate their account's private and rnsecurity settings.
It's already known that hackers have made use arn loophole in Facebook and stolen 5 Crore access tokens. These access rntokens will give them (hackers) a free hand to all the data in their rnaccounts. According to the statement from CEO Mark Zuckerburg, the rnFacebook team identified the issue on Tuesday and got it fixed by rnThursday night. He further said that it's a serious and major security rnbreach and there's no clear evidence to find the identity of hackers.
Thern CEO admitted that 'View As' feature in Facebook, which had some rnmalfunction, must have played the spoilsport role. So, the Facebook has rntemporarily disabled that feature.