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Tonight someone posted the PHP source code of Facebook’s home page on a new and otherwise empty blog called Facebook Secrets. Though the blog is still live, several others who reprinted the source code have already removed it upon reportedly promptly receiving cease-and-desists.
While there is no way to confirm the authenticity of this code, Facebook’s Brandee Barker commented on Nic Cubrilovic’s coverage of the breach on TechCrunch:
Some of Facebook’s source code was exposed to a small number of users due to a bug on a single server that was misconfigured and then fixed immediately.