Fortunately for Facebook, developer and Web security expert Nir Goldshlager wears a white hat, and not a black one: For the second time in less than one month, Goldshlager alerted the social network about a potentially dangerous loophole that could have led to users’ account information being compromised.
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Facebook averted another close call on the security front, as the Facebook Security team was able to close a loophole, reported by developer Nir Goldshlager, which would have enabled hackers to gain full control over any Facebook accounts.