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Hi, I'm Carl Azuz for CNN 10. A Facebook hack from two years ago is what leads off today's show. Why are we covering this now? Because the information from more than 530 million Facebook accounts has just been noticed on a hacker Website.

大家好,我是卡尔·阿祖兹,欢迎收看CNN 10分钟新闻。今天的节目首先来关注两年前的Facebook黑客事件。为什么我们现在要讲这个?因为在一个黑客网站刚刚发现了来自超过5.3亿Facebook账户的信息。

By the summer of 2019. more than 2.4 billion people were active on Facebook every month. That's the time when the company says it found and fixed a flaw in its system that had allowed hackers to get the personal information of hundreds of millions. Facebook ID's, relationship status', bios, birthdays, all of this could be compromised.

到2019年夏天,Facebook上每月活跃用户超过24亿人。该公司表示,正是在这个时候,它发现并修复了系统中的一个漏洞,这个漏洞让黑客获得了数亿人的个人信息。Facebook账号,恋爱状态,个人简介,生日,所有这些都可能被泄露。

Cyber security experts say the leaked information probably doesn't include social security numbers or credit card numbers which are most useful to hackers and identity thieves. But analysts say this is a reminder that no information that people share with online services can ever be guaranteed to stay private and that people should only ever share what they would accept appearing in a public database somewhere down the line.

网络安全专家表示,泄露的信息可能不包括对黑客和身份窃贼最有用的社会安全号码或信用卡号码。但分析人士说,这是一个警示,人们与在线服务共享的信息永远不能保证是隐私的,人们应该只分享自己可以在某个时候出现在公共数据库中的信息。

As far as sharing personal info goes like your password, credit card and social security numbers, security officials say you should only do that if you have personally started the conversation or transaction not if a person or organization randomly asks you for it.

至于分享密码、信用卡号和社会保险号等个人信息,安全官员表示,只有当你亲自开始对话或交易时,才可以这么做,而不是有人或组织随机要求你这么做。

Hi, I'm Carl Azuz for CNN 10. A Facebook hack from two years ago is what leads off today's show. Why are we covering this now? Because the information from more than 530 million Facebook accounts has just been noticed on a hacker Website.

By the summer of 2019. more than 2.4 billion people were active on Facebook every month. That's the time when the company says it found and fixed a flaw in its system that had allowed hackers to get the personal information of hundreds of millions. Facebook ID's, relationship status', bios, birthdays, all of this could be compromised.

Cyber security experts say the leaked information probably doesn't include social security numbers or credit card numbers which are most useful to hackers and identity thieves. But analysts say this is a reminder that no information that people share with online services can ever be guaranteed to stay private and that people should only ever share what they would accept appearing in a public database somewhere down the line.

As far as sharing personal info goes like your password, credit card and social security numbers, security officials say you should only do that if you have personally started the conversation or transaction not if a person or organization randomly asks you for it.


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