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You use Instagram? Change password now! Millions were revealed

If you use Instagram it’s time to change your password. Facebook has confirmed that millions of passwords were arranged in “text” for employees of your company. 

This problem happened exactly at the same time of the same situation for Facebook users. At that time Facebook said that only a few thousand Instagram users were affected, but today we have the official confirmation that there were millions. By the way, what are we talking about Instagram, are you already following us?

Although the password has only been revealed to Facebook employees, there is no guarantee that an employee has sold or provided the data to third parties. That is, prevention is better than cure.

Now it’s Facebook’s turn to reveal passwords for Instagram users

” Since this article was published (in March), we found that additional Instagram passwords are stored in a readable format, and we now estimate that this problem has impacted millions of Instagram users. as we did in the previous problem.Our investigation determined that these stored passwords were not abused internally or accessed improperly . “

If you have the same password in Instagram and other applications, it also changes on all platforms. You must be extra careful not to use the same password for all applications or services. Information leaks, bugs or even problems of this kind can happen.

So, and to recap, it’s time to change your Instagram password as soon as possible. This is not a workout! Millions of Instagram passwords were readable to thousands of Facebook employees who could have done whatever they wanted with them. 

 Facebook fails again with regard to the safety of its users. So far the WhatsApp is one of the few applications that does not give us many headaches. Certainly because Facebook can not profit from this application. 

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Nandini Singh
From a very young age I was interested in computers and technology in general, I had my first computer at the age of 10 and at 15 I set up my first tower, since then I have never stopped. Whatever technology, I'm in the front row to know more.