A Russian security firm has claimed that its software can successfully decode data encrypted on Apple's iPhone 4 and 3GS. The firm, Elcomsoft, claims to be the first company in the world to achieve...
Social media company says that the data referred to is all public profile information that can be accessed via their app or API
Data collected also includes people's names, location details, identification numbers and online identifiers
The company says it is not confident that it has full visibility on which users will need to be informed
The hacker included 2 million records as proof that they have what they claim
The Home Office is allegedly considering measures to compel Facebook to break encryption on its messaging apps