- “How to hack Facebook accounts using the similar method used by the hackers who had gained access to the personal data of 50 million users”.
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YouTube Hosting ‘How To Hack Facebook’ Videos
YouTube is undoubtedly the best place for those who are looking to watch the best videos shared by the people throughout the world. Apart from viewing videos alone, the serious geeks do have the support to share their creations with the tons of traffic so as to grasp more of attention. For many other reasons, the well-known giant video platform of the tech giant Google, of course, I am talking about YouTube which is an excellent place.
We all use YouTube, it was undoubtedly one of the most popular video streaming site out there. Right now there are billions of users who spend time on YouTube to watch the latest music, videos and much more.
We can’t ignore that fact that we spend countless hours watching videos on YouTube. YouTube now has apps for Android and iOS which already carries a nice interface. However, staring at bright screens, especially at night, can be a pain for the eyes.
However, now apart from all these things, recently, some allegations have been made against Google’s well-known giant video platform, of course, YouTube. And the most strange thing about all these allegations is that the social network giant Facebook itself has made all these allegations against the tech giant Google’s giant video platform, of course, YouTube.
Now, if we talk about the allegations that the social network giant Facebook has made against Google’s well-known giant video platform, YouTube, then let me clarify that recently the social network giant Facebook itself has stated that the tech giant Google’s well-known giant video platform, of course, YouTube is hosting tutorials on one of the most searched and blackhat topic, “How to hack Facebook accounts using the similar method used by the hackers who had gained access to the personal data of 50 million users”.
As we recently reported that in the fresh Facebook data breach incident, the hackers managed to steal “access tokens” that keep all its users logged in to Facebook so they do not need to re-enter their regular password every time whenever they use the application.
The social network giant Facebook’s Head of Cyber Security Policy, of course, I am talking about Nathaniel Gleicher who recently stated that “I am aware of certain videos describing different elements of the attack, hence, the company was looking into these to make sure people’s accounts are protected”.
Moreover, recently, a spokesperson of Google quoted “company always carries out a careful review of flagged content and will remove videos that encourage illegal activities of the hacking of accounts or sites with malicious intentions”.