The data of more than 553 million Facebook users was stolen by hackers Online leak On weekends, include name, birthday, relationship status of Facebook users, the city they live in, work location, and even email address. However, the most sensitive data contained in the leak is arguably the phone number, which is usually used for two-factor authentication. Now, there is a way to easily check for leaks in your phone number-at least if you live in the United States,
website Daily news There is a simple tool where you can enter your phone number and see if it is leaking. Gizmodo tested the tool against some data leaked from actual Facebook and found it to be accurate. For example, we tested the phone number of Mark Zuckerberg included in the leak. effective. (We assume that Zuck has now changed his phone number.)
All you have to do is check Enter your phone number There are no hyphens or periods. You also need to include the international country code at the beginning. For example, if you are used to looking at the phone number 555-212-0000 in this form, you should remove the hyphen and prefix it with the number “one”.
Using the same fake number as above, the number you entered should look like this: 15552120000. If the change you enter does not include a string of numbers, the tool will incorrectly tell you that your numbers are not included in the leak. In fact, it may be.
Facebook did not disclose the leaked information too much, but accepted that the information was hacked in 2019. The data was provided on the hacker forum two years ago, but unlike the leak this weekend, the data has now been leaked for free. Anyone can find 16GB of data through a simple Google search.