Facebook admits to storing millions of user passwords in plain text
March 21st, 2019 - Duncan McClean
Today, Facebook confirmed in a press release that they stored millions of passwords in plain text.
The social media company says that they have found no traces that the information had been accessed from outside Facebook.
Facebook say that only some users's passwords were in plain text, however, they advise users to change their passwords anyway, as a measure of security.
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