Facebook using 2FA cell numbers for spam, replies get posted to the platform – 9to5Mac


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Facebook using 2FA cell numbers for spam, replies get posted to the platform
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Facebook is reportedly spamming some users by text, using a cell number they provided only for use in two-factor authentication. In common with many services, Facebook allows you to protect your account by requiring a code when you first login from a
Facebook's two-factor authentication system auto-posts replies on your profileThe Verge
Facebook Turned Its Two-Factor Security 'Feature' Into the Worst Kind of SpamGizmodo
Facebook two-factor authentication spams users via SMSSlashGear
Mashable –Alphr –Phone Arena –Memeburn
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