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    Just one: "Ahahahahahahhahahahaha! "
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    @FrodoSwaggins do you? Its facebook? I doubt they have changed the default admin password
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    @FrodoSwaggins they admitted themselves. That’s how this became public.
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    @FrodoSwaggins of not changing their password? No, I meant to jokingly say, nothing that comes out of that infection really surprises me.
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    @620hun it became public when an anonymous source within the company brought it out.

    Facebook just did damage control
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    @Codex404 I stand corrected
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    I just find this hard to believe. No, not the saving passwords in plaintext part but that it was supposedly done accidentally.

    I think that data would be very useful to three letter agencies and since its public knowledge that Facebook is integrated within at least one mass surveillance program powered by the NSA...
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    the fact that they noticed the bug way back 2012
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    @FrodoSwaggins theoretically they could use those plain passwords to access other sites. People tend to use the same password and email combo.
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    One of the passwords be of mark Zuckerberg? Please?
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