The error that the social network giant Facebook has now removed occurs when a user likes to “Like” a post on a Facebook page but does not follow the page. In this case, the page administrator can invite the user to follow not only the post but also the page by a “Like”. The invitation sent by e-mail attracted the attention of the researcher. Within minutes, he found in the header of the message not only the name of the page in question but also the name of the associated administrator and other personal details. According to his bug timeline, it only took three minutes between receiving the e-mail and sending the bug report to the social network giant Facebook.

“We were able to understand that page invitations sent to non-friends may inadvertently include the name of the page administrator who sent the invitation. We have solved the underlying problem and future emails will not contain this information,” the social network giant Facebook’s response to Baset. The researcher also rewarded by the social network giant Facebook a hefty amount of $2,500. According to him, it was the second time that he discovered a mistake on Facebook, without having to write a single line of code. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.