A Facebook spokesperson told ABC News that the company addressed the issue before The Open SSL Project publicly disclosed the flaw. The popular social network, which closely monitors its user accounts for anomalous activity that could signal a problem, said it hasn't detected any spikes in attacks or hijacked accounts. The firm is still advising users to use a unique password and follow good practices by updating to a new password.
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