In this bonus edition of ShadowTalk, Dr Richard Gold and Rafael Amado discuss the recent BBC Russian Service investigation into Facebook accounts being sold online. As reported on Friday, at least 81,000 accounts with private messages were being advertised online. Digital Shadows assisted the BBC with its investigation. Richard and Rafael outline what we know so far, as well as answering some of the key questions raised by this story. For more, see our recent blog available at https://www.digitalshadows.com/blog-and-research/81000-hacked-facebook-accounts-for-sale-5-things-to-know/.
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