For presenting a flexible interface through which the users can manage their visible information publicly, the social media giant Facebook bringing back the “View as Public” feature with a new form, which had been disabled last year securing a vital security law.

The feature assists the users to view their profile from the perspective of someone they are not friends with. It also makes more flexible for the users for managing the information does not exhibit on the public-mode version of their profiles. Facebook posted in a tweeter, “ Today, we’re making it easier for people to manage their publicly visible information on Facebook with two updates: (1) we’re bringing back the ‘View As Public’ feature and (2) we’re adding an ‘Edit Public Details’ button directly to profiles”.

The hidden tokens can permit the hackers for breaking the accounts. In order to give the speech on the issue, Facebook was pushed for making over 90 million users log back into their accounts for ensuring that they are safe.

The company, “we have completed our security review and are re-enabling the version of the ‘View As’ feature that lets people see what their profile looks like to people they aren’t friends on Facebook ”.

This version was uninfluenced by the security incident and was crucially more popular than “ View as Specific Person”. The “View as Specific Person” feature was accountable for the security error and is not being reinstituted at this time.

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