YOUTUBE has projected do-it-yourself videos on how to hack Facebook days after 50 million accounts have been breached, including that of boss Mark Zuckerberg.
Several clips hosted on the video sharing site owned by Google explained how users profile profiles.
He discussed stealing "access tokens", a digital key that allows people to log in without a password.
Videos have thousands of views plus comments that "works".
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Facebook has admitted that hackers could use tokens to access the apps connected to the website.
The computer security expert Beau Woods said: "I would say that 50 million are perhaps the tip of the iceberg".
Google said it removes videos that encourage illegal activities.