I just began a new job as a social media consultant with a new company Takreem . And since one of my roles is to handle Facebook as one of the social media platforms, I received a forwarded email from one of my colleagues asking me to handle a reply that went to the old Facebook group (find below).
When I pressed on the name of the person who sent us the message, I was able to access to the Takreem Facebook account, whereas I was signed in to my personal Facebook account.
Maybe I am being stupid, but this means that if you received any email from Facebook any you forward it to anyone, he/she will be able to access your Facebook account. Does this make sense? Does it make sense that your username/password are encrypted in an email which you do not know when it can fall under the hands of other people?! I call this a security breach especially that it means Google is able to access my Facebook account, not that am worried about that, but why should they?! Thank God that gmail uses http(s), what if my connection was not secured, who guarantees my Facebook is not being hacked/hijacked?!
Do I make any sense?! Please let me know.
Note: some of the print screen small characters are deleted since I am not sure if we can share the initiator or the link of Facebook without being hacked.