A security researcher has discovered a critical vulnerability in Facebook that could allow attackers to delete any video of the social networking site shared by anyone on their wall.
The flaw has been discovered by security researcher Dan Melamed in June 2016, allowing him not only to remotely delete any video on Facebook shared by anyone without having any permission or authentication but
A bug bounty hunter earned $5,000 for a Facebook hack that allowed him to bypass security protection and access any Facebook user’s true email address.
Last night, Facebook declared everyone dead, including the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in a massive memorial ‘remembering’ profile glitch.
Well, that’s awkward.
Despite being very much alive, Facebook users, when logged on to their accounts on Friday afternoon, found their accounts turned to a “memorialized account,” strongly suggesting that they are dead to everyone who visits their
A vulnerability was discovered and patched in a third-party service that handles resumes on Facebook’s careers page.