Zuckerberg’s Private Pics Revealed in Facebook Security Flaw

A security flaw in Facebook has been discovered which may reveal your private photos. The world’s largest social networking website with an estimated 850 million users confirmed this bug and issued a statement that it has been fixed.

The exploit allowed the hacker to dig into Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page inside photos section and revealed some private photos. Before you try this how exactly it works, Facebook might have already fixed this bug.

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More images after this trick (via Zdnet) –

Users are able to report “inappropriate profile photos” on a user’s profile. By checking the box ”nudity or pornography,” the user is granted an opportunity to help Facebook “take action by selecting additional photos to include with your report.”  Facebook will then display a number of additional photos that are not otherwise publicly available to the user.

According to Facebook spokesmen, the bug was discovered in one of the reporting flaws that allowed users to report multiple instances of inappropriate images, posts. He stated that the flaw was live only for a limited period of time.

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There are bunch of pictures more here at this blog.