By  on March 21, 2019

Facebook admitted Thursday that it stored user passwords in plain text, leaving it readable by thousands of its employees.

The social media giant didn’t immediately respond to a WWD request for comment, but publicly acknowledged the glaring oversight in a blog post, which published after a security expert already uncovered the issue and posted about it on his own blog.

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