The Facebook bug that might have made your images vulnerable was a programming flaw in the website giving accidentally approximately 1500 apps access to personal images of users. Around 6.8 million users have been reported to be affected by this bug. Facebook today unobtrusively reported that it found another API bug in its photograph sharing framework that let 876 designers get to clients’ private photographs which they never shared on their timetable, including pictures transferred to Marketplace or Facebook Stories. “When somebody gives authorization for an application to get to their photographs on Facebook, we typically just allow the application access to photographs individuals share on their course of events. For this situation, the bug possibly gave engineers access to different photographs, for example, those mutual on Marketplace or Facebook Stories,” Facebook said. What’s more terrible? The bug even uncovered photographs that individuals transferred to Facebook however decided not to post or didn’t get done with posting it for reasons unknown. The defect left clients’ private information uncovered for 12 days, between September thirteenth and September 25th, until Facebook found and settled the security lapse on the 25th of September. “As of now, we trust this may have affected up to 6.8 million clients and up to 1,500 applications worked by 876 designers. The main applications influenced by this bug were ones that Facebook affirmed to get to the photographs API and that people had approved to get to their photographs,” Facebook said. The online social giant has begun informing affected clients of the blemish through a caution on their Facebook timetable that their photographs may have been uncovered, which will guide them to its Help Center page with more data. Facebook additionally says the online life system will before long be taking off “devices for application engineers that will enable them to figure out which individuals utilizing their application may be affected by this bug.” Facebook likewise guarantees its clients that the organization will work with application engineers to erase duplicates of photographs that they shouldn’t get to. 2018 has been a significant horrible year for Facebook with the internet based life mammoth discovered managing a large number of security episodes this year the most noteworthy one being the Cambridge Analytic outrage that uncovered individual information of 87 million Facebook clients. The interpersonal organization likewise endured its most noticeably bad ever security rupture in September this year that uncovered profoundly touchy information of 14 million clients. Around the same time, Facebook additionally tended to a comparative serious API bug that was effectively being misused by obscure programmers to take mystery get to tokens and accumulate individual data for 30 million Facebook clients. In June, Facebook likewise endured another security issue influencing 14 million clients, wherein clients’ presents that were implied on be private ended up open. These security occurrences turned out to be a disappointment of the online networking mammoth in keeping the individual data of its 2.2 billion clients ensured while producing billions of dollars in income from similar data.