Facebook security vul lets you see friends' "live chats"

A security flaw in Facebook “allows users to see the live chats of any of their friends. The discovery furthers the concern that Facebook's security isn’t yet where it needs to be. The problem occurs within an actual security feature of Facebook. There is an option in privacy settings, under personal information and posts, that […]

A security flaw in Facebook “allows users to see the live chats of any of their friends. The discovery furthers the concern that Facebook's security isn’t yet where it needs to be. The problem occurs within an actual security feature of Facebook. There is an option in privacy settings, under personal information and posts, that allows you to preview your profile as it would look to one of your Facebook friends. You’re then able to select one of you friends and view it, literally, from their eyes. The feature works well, that if your friend happens to be live chatting, at the same time, you’ll see their live conversations,” revealed TechCrunch. Facebook has turned chat off "for maintenance," though they’ve yet to make a public statement regarding the problem. Watch the video embedded below, showcasing the problem:

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