You can solve the mystery by entering the email address you use.
Today, some data of 553 million Facebook users is available for free from the Internet, and the data leak also affects 377,000 Hungarian users. Facebook does not provide a method for discovering the impact, but the now-released “I’m Owned” database that specializes in warning data leaks already contains the information just discovered.
This way, anyone can easily verify that they participated in the event: all you have to do is enter the email address you set up on Facebook On that website, By then, it will list all known data thefts that have leaked the user account of that email address. In this case, it makes no sense to change the Facebook password in the event of bad news, which was not managed by hackers at the time.
Another curiosity is that you can request personalized email alerts for future events on the “I’m Already Owned” page, and you may want to consider subscribing to it.
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