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2 Responses to Facebook pays $20K for easily exploitable flaw that could have led to account hijackings

  1. Vijay Kumar (vjbadstreetboyz) · 756 days ago

    This looks to be awesome....! Nice work by Mr. Whitten...

  2. Dhiman De · 750 days ago

    Surprising ..... !! Mr . Whitten ... should be rewarded more ..

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I've been writing about technology, careers, science and health since 1995. I rose to the lofty heights of Executive Editor for eWEEK, popped out with the 2008 crash, joined the freelancer economy, and am still writing for my beloved peeps at places like Sophos's Naked Security, CIO Mag, ComputerWorld, PC Mag, IT Expert Voice, Software Quality Connection, Time, and the US and British editions of HP's Input/Output. I respond to cash and spicy sites, so don't be shy.