Oct 3, 2018
Facebook says other apps not caught in hack
Facebook has said that services which let users log in using their accounts do not appear to have been compromised in the recent security attack. Initially Facebook had suggested it was possible platforms such as these could also have been compromised. Up to 50 million Facebook accounts are believed to have been left exposed in the breach, announced last week. The issue, which was based on a weakness in a feature allowing Facebook members to view how their profile appeared to others, has now been fixed. In a blog publicising the latest information on the attack, Guy Rosen, vice-president of product management, wrote that there was no evidence "So far" that attackers had accessed any apps using Facebook log-ins.
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