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Palestinian Hecker Hacks Mark Zuckerberg's profile

A Palestinian researcher “Khalil Shreateh” proved that social networking website Facebook has a security flaw. He proved that this flaw allows people to post on someone’s wall without being their friend.

Khalil proved it by posting below message on Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg's profile. "First, sorry for breaking your privacy and post(ing) to your wall," wrote Khalil Shreateh. "I (have) no other choice to make after all the reports I sent to (the) Facebook team."

Few minutes after Khalil’s post he received a message from Facebook requiring all the technical details about the bug, after that his account was blocked by Facebook.

You may be aware that Facebook pays $500 to one who reports a bug to Facebook team but in Khalil’s case Facebook denied to pay him. They said that Khalil has violated the website’s security terms of service

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