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Facebook said to fix OAuth-based account hijacking flaw

Posted Feb 26 2013 6:01am

Facebook has patched a serious vulnerability that could have allowed attackers t

Nir Goldshlager, the researcher who claims to have found the flaw and reported i

The vulnerability would have allowed a potential attacker to steal sensitive pie unblock facebook

Goldshlager found a vulnerability on Facebook's websites for mobile and touch-en

While most applications on Facebook are third-party apps that users need to manufacebook proxy

Facebook Messenger can read, send, upload and manage messages, notifications, ph

The attack URL could have been shortened with one of the many URL shortener serv

With the access token and the Facebook user ID, an attacker can extract informatget on facebook

According to Goldshlager, the Facebook Security Team fixed the vulnerability. "F

Facebook did not immediately respond to an inquiry sent Friday seeking informati

The researcher claims that he also found other OAuth-related vulnerabilities tha

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