Personal Data At Risk After SQL Flaw Discovered

Sophie Curtis reports:

A SQL injection flaw on a social networking app developer site has compromised the security of users and could lead to identity theft

A SQL injection flaw has been discovered in – a social networking application development website used by app developers for Bebo, Facebook and Myspace. The flaw could have allowed hackers access to the 32 million usernames and passwords in the database, according to data security firm Imperva.

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