Hacker reveals How He Could have Hacked Multiple Facebook Accounts
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Hacker reveals How He Could have Hacked Multiple Facebook Accounts

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Hacker Gurkirat Singh has revealed that how he could have hacked Facebook accounts by exploiting flaw in password reset process.

Facebook (was) open to brute forcing it’s password reset mechanism. But that could easily be prevented by enabling "Login approval" which is a Facebook take om two-factor authentication.

See on thehackernews.com


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