The hole could have been exploited to rewrite conversations and put people in legally or personally tricky positions; run phishing scams; or distribute malware, among other possibilities.
Experts from the Israeli security firm discovered that, to tamper with a discussion, a hacker simply needed to identify the unique ID for the sent messages that he or she wanted edit. Once a message ID was pulled up, a miscreant would be able to alter the contents of the message and submit it to the Facebook servers without others in the chat being alerted.
They can insert links to malware, including ransomware, into a previously benign Facebook message chain, or they can manipulate message contents and history for fraudulent purposes – for example to falsify details of an agreement or transaction.
Facebook's Messenger app alone passed 800 million monthly users earlier this year, making it a potentially rich hunting ground for cybercriminals.
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