Zuckerberg’s Personal Photos Were Stolen from Facebook

Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg has suffered from security vulnerabilities of its own social network – his private photo album from a closed now available for public viewing.

Pictures of Zuckerberg's private life are available to all

As reported The Daily Mail, access to the photographs could be obtained by specifying any photo posted in the public domain, as containing incorrect material (“p0rn” or “vi0lence”), then the system prompts you to specify other photos with similar content. As a result, the user can see a few recent photos have been closed for viewing.

Mark Zuckerberg with his bride Priscilla Chan and pet

Facebook promptly turned off the warning system and began to search for errors caused, according to company representatives, one of the last update engine social networks.

A hacker penetrated a secure page, the founder of VIP social networks via security holes and placed the site on the Internet it private pictures.

27-year-old billionaire was the victim of his own invention, the same as personal photos from his Facebook page were made publicly available on the Internet.

Mark Zuckerberg with barak obama

A specialist in computer technologies discovered flaw in the system and user settings privacy able to access private albums of the founder of social networks.

The loophole was that anyone could view private photos of users, vopolzovavshis option “report abuse images” on page user.

Nothing is befitting to disclosed photographs Zuckerberg, of course, was not. Pictures show a cozy atmosphere in the mansion of billionaire and show how Mark spends time with his fiancee, Priscilla Chan and plays with his dog.

Playing with dog

In the world of technology has long been rumored that Facebook does not provide a decent standard of protection of private user data. Daily network to more than 800 million people around the world.


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