Here’s why you need to change your Facebook and Instagram password now


Oops, they did it again. If you didn’t think that Facebook could go lower than sharing personal information from 87 million users with third party sites, violating a signed FTC consent decree in the process, maybe you’re not giving the social media company enough credit. According to KrebsonSecurity, hundreds of millions of Facebook users could have had their passwords discovered by Facebook employees. These passwords were stored by the company in plain text dating back as far as 2012. Facebook engineers noticed the mistake when reviewing new code back in January of this year.
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