Facebook Employees Had Unlimited Access To Millions Of Users' Unencrypted Passwords

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Published on March 21, 2019 - Duration: 00:57s

Facebook Employees Had Unlimited Access To Millions Of Users' Unencrypted Passwords

Facebook employees had access to hundreds of millions of users' passwords β€” for years.

Users' passwords were being stored in an unencrypted format, and reportedly were accessible by 20,000 workers at the company.

Facebook says it hasn't found any evidence of misuse of the data.

It's the latest privacy scandal to hit the besieged tech firm.

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