Facebook finally managed to identify hackers who spread the hardcore pornography images and displays them in breaking the rules by the user's newsfeed. Similarly, reported the Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday (11/17/2011).
Most large social friendship site in cyberspace that issued the statement after pornographic images, some
violence is very sadistic and brutal, plus engineering celebrities like Justin Bieber is sex appeared in a number of the user profile.
Facebook did not immediately close the account that the hacker compromised for fear of losing the user who has reached 800 million users every day. This was conveyed by cyber security agency based in the UK, Sophos Limited.
"Facebook should take control because all the content that is offensive," said Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos.
"People will stop using Facebook," he said. Meanwhile, Facebook issued a statement saying they had to minimize damage from spam attacks that take advantage of the loopholes that exist in the web browser.
"Protecting the people who use Facebook from spam and suspicious content is our primary concern," the statement issued by a company based in California.