A hacker group in September used flaws in Facebook's "view as view" feature to block unauthorized access to millions of accounts, and today there is a violation of any data.
According to today's statement, hackers were able to gain access to full access to their profile by stealing access tokens (modifying from the initial estimate of 50 million) for 30 million accounts. Of the 30 million hackers, hackers have added more information to their primary contact information (name and email or phone number) for 14 million accounts and 15 recent searches for gender, religion, location, device information and additional 15 million accounts. You have access. Information for the remaining 1 million accounts was not accessed.