Tik Tok Says: No Data Breach, Hacker’s Claim Is False


Tiktok has said that its app’s data has not been breached. Recently, hackers breached Tiktok’s data and claimed to have the information of more than one billion users, which Tiktok denied.

The hacker claimed to have access to TikTok’s source code. The company said it found no evidence of a breach in the app.

According to the company, the source code posted by the hacker does not match with TikTok. The hackers said they got the information of TikTok users from an unsecured cloud server.

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