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Cybercriminal bot puts over 530 million Facebook users’ phone numbers on sale

Cybercriminal bot puts over 530 million Facebook users’ phone numbers on sale

A cybercriminal is selling access to a database of 533 million phone numbers of Facebook users and letting customers look up those numbers by using a bot on Telegram. Alon Gal, co-founder and CTO of cybersecurity firm Hudson Rock discovered this. The bot lets anyone find a user’s phone number with the user’s Facebook ID and a user’s FB ID from a phone number.

Cheryl 0 months

Thanks Facebook. Maybe a little more focus on protecting user privacy vs. your useless daily election updates and stifling free speech?

Trevor 0 months

More propaganda to get rid of the ever so threatening privacy centric apps. 😱 Even if the issue here was facebooks own exploit, let’s blame the EVIL TELEGRAM. Down With Privacy!!

FactCheckerNeil 0 months

This is why you shouldn't put your phone number on Facebook, this lead is even bigger than last time... And the time before...

Natasha 0 months

Facebook tracks their users apps history even when they aren't active on it. 🤔 Sounds like a security and privacy issue on Faceboo''s end.

Pixiesfly 0 months

I stopped using bitchbook months ago. Nothing but moaning lama's causing drama's, it's a pointless app full of control freaks.

Nate 0 months

You agreed to be a human centipede what did you expect we now are just eating each others shit and then making someone else eat ours.

Tim Baker
Tim Baker 0 months

Yet another reason not to use Facebook

Viviko 0 months

Well that’s FaceBook’s fault.

Indo 0 months

They're back in business. It was just a matter of time. Volatility makes for good business. Else its just SOS. Same ole s...

🤡🌐🙅🏿‍♀️ 0 months

only Facebook is allowed to sell your private information!

Gary 0 months


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Noah PaulOG 0 months

Way to "protect" your customers FB!

Bingo!! over target...
Bingo!! over target... 0 months

Facebook = DARPA/Lifelog

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