Here's a question for you. What have social networking sites got in common with that old man who hangs around the primary school wearing nothing but a large brown trench coat? Well, they both just seem to love exposing themselves to the public. After a series of security scares in the past few months on sites like MySpace, Facebook has become the latest to tarnish its image, Sneak has discovered.
The doyenne of nosy, workshy social misfits everywhere, Facebook is one of Web 2.0's greatest success stories, but it recently came to light that some so-called "configuration errors" led to some of the site's PHP code being displayed for all to see when they logged on. While the Facebook team desperately fought the fire and said this was just a one-off error, others warned that the information could help hackers infiltrate the site, and possibly your 152 pretend friends. Sneak shudders to think what might happen if Facebook ceased to be. No … no, not that … don't make us WORK
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