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Submission + - Facebook Hacks Points to Much Bigger Threat for Mobile Developers (ibtimes.co.uk)

DavidGilbert99 writes: "Facebook admitted at the weekend that it had been hacked, but denied that any user data had been compromised.

The problem however is not he attack on Facebook, it is the way the attack was carried out. Finnish security firm F-Secure has been investigating the attack and believes the so-called "watering hole attack" could leave hundreds if not thousands of mobile app developers open to a major security breach."

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Facebook Hacks Points to Much Bigger Threat for Mobile Developers

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