A password security lapse impacted more Instagram users than parent firm Facebook confessed.

The networking giant said that it had saved passwords in plain text. It stated the passwords were stored on company servers, in which they could not be accessed by any outsiders.

Facebook stated in a blog article Thursday that it now estimates that”tens of thousands” of all Instagram users had been affected by the people, rather than their”tens of thousands” it’d originally reported. It had also said in March that the problem affected”hundreds of millions” of Facebook Lite users and countless Facebook users. Facebook Lite is made for people with slow internet connections or older telephones.