Leading social media giant has reportedly leaked data on Facebook users again. It contains the personal information of 53.3 crore users from different countries.
It seems that data related to Facebook has been leaked again. This time around, it seems that the data of 53.3 crore Facebook users has been leaked. This includes phone numbers and other data, which seems to be available in the telegram.
Information on how long the telephone numbers linked to Facebook have been circulating in hacker circles. This material was first published by the motherboard of the tech publication company. Alon Gall, co-founder of the Israel cyber crime intelligence agency made the remarks.
Alon Gall said he had tested whether the data leak was real and that the information in it did not match the information of people he knew. Some other journalists have said the same thing.
However, this is very old data Facebook says that this problem was solved in August 2019. This data is being sold via chat-bot in the Telegram. Hackers are demanding 0.01 bitcoin for all this data that is about Rs 42 thousand in our currency.
Alone Gall suggested to the facebook users to take care of your data and phone number, so be careful. It seems likely that social engineering attacks will occur in the coming days due to data leak. A total of 53.3 crore user data has been leaked, of which 61 lakh are Indians.
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