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Facebook Flaw Means Anyone Can See Private Photos

December 7, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: Fox News

A surprising security hole in Facebook allows almost anyone to see pictures marked as private, an online forum revealed late Monday.

Even pictures supposedly kept hidden from uninvited eyes by Facebook’s privacy controls aren’t safe, reported one user of a popular bodybuilding forum in a post entitled “I teach you how to view private Facebook photos.”

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