"During the Thursday, shared the social media giant with thousands of employees had access to user's data. Facebook should have stored 600 million persons password in a readable location. "
"Facebook's login system worms password that they should not be able to be read, but during a security check, the social media giant discovered that millions of passwords remained fully open to employees. "
"as many as 600 million of Facebook's 2.7 billion users may have been affected by the mistake, according to CNBC. "
"According to Facebook should the mistake not have led to that password have been disseminated outside of their system, but the employees within the company have been able to read of these. "
"Facebook: Will inform the relevant"
"”During a safety briefing in January, we found that some user's passwords were stored in readable format in our internal data storage systems. This attracted our attention because our login system is designed so that passwords should be masked. We have corrected these issues and as a precaution we will notify those whose passwords were stored in this way,” writes Facebook in a statement."
"Furthermore, the write Facebook there is some evidence that someone internally has abused this. "