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Last week, 90 million people had to log baông chồng into Facebook following a cyberattaông xã.

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Maybe you were one of them, & maybe you even took a minute lớn change your password. But this data breach goes way beyond Facebook, & it’s worth wading into the site’s thicket of privacy settings khổng lồ see where else you might have been compromised.

The issue here is Facebook Login, a service that lets you access other accounts around the web without managing another password. If you’re logged in with Facebook, you’re logged in anywhere else. Attackers were exploiting a security flaw that gave them full access to lớn 50 million Facebook accounts, meaning they could also get inlớn connected food delivery apps, fitness trackers, ride-chia sẻ services and much, much more, lượt thích this … Wi-Fi enabled sous-vide?


Facebook says there’s “no evidence” on its kết thúc that attackers improperly accessed any third-buổi tiệc ngọt apps, but the whole episode has inspired hand-wringing over just how much access we turn over to lớn one service.

New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo, for one, has sworn off Facebook Login for good.

“Like a trusty superintendent in a Brooklyn walk-up, Facebook offered lớn carry keys for every lochồng online. The arrangement was convenient — the super was always right there, at the push of a button. It was also more secure than creating and remembering dozens of passwords for different sites,” he wrote. “But the extensive hack vaporizes those arguments. If the entity with which you trusted your keys loses your keys, you take your keys elsewhere.”


But vì chưng you know just how many of your keys Facebook has? It’s easy khổng lồ find out if you know where lớn look. It’s a few menus deep in your settings, which you can find way at the bottom of the hamburger menu. These screenshots are from the iOS app, but the Android version is similar enough.

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To see which apps you log into lớn with Facebook, now or in the past, go khổng lồ settings, then “apps và websites,“ then “logged in with Facebook.“


From here, you can see all the apps you’ve logged into with Facebook, now or in the past. It’s especially useful to know about apps that have sầu your credit card info. Messing with my Spotify playlists is one thing, but knowing that someone with access to my Facebook trương mục could buy something on eBay is something else.

You can also see on this page what personal information each ứng dụng gets from Facebook, like your profile picture và tin nhắn address. You can also remove sầu the login connection, but Facebook notes you’ll have sầu lớn tương tác each company to lớn ask them lớn delete that info. After you remove sầu the login connection, you’ll probably have sầu lớn remix your password on that service.

But if you’re not using Facebook lớn log into lớn other apps, what should you use? Manjoo acknowledges that Facebook is better than simply using the same easy password for every site (guilty), và recommends a password manager with a svào master password. The Verge has a good guide.

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But even if you vì nothing else, you should still change your password. It can’t hurt.


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