Malicious 3rd party apps leak personal data from Facebook, Twitter
Updated : November 29, 2019 10:15 AM IST
The apps violated Facebook platform policy by installing software in their apps by sending information to two companies-- OneAudience and Mobiburn, the advisory said.
Twitter said the breach has not happened due to a vulnerability in Twitter's software, but rather the "lack of isolation between SDKs within an application.
India is among largest market for Facebook and Twitter.
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