I'm glad i don't have an account Your online pornography browsing history could be made public... because of your Facebook account 2 comments 07:05, 20 Oct 2015 Updated 08:07, 20 Oct 2015 By John Shammas Software engineer Brett Thomas warned the leak will be thanks to "an enterprising teenager that wants to create havoc" PA Worry: Those who watch pornography online have been warned Your online pornography browsing history could be made public thanks to your FACEBOOK account, an expert has warned. Brett Thomas, a software engineer, wrote this week on his blog that teenagers who want to wreak havoc would easily be able to set up websites that share your online history by exploiting simple security loopholes. All users would have to do is type in your Facebook name, and your browsing history - even if you've taken security measures such as going into 'Incognito' mode - will be exposed. Mr Thomas said: "If you are watching/viewing porn online in 2015, even in Incognito mode, you should expect that at some point your porn viewing history will be publicly released and attached to your name." Getty Social network: The software engineer has said that people could find your internet browsing history using your Facebook account The expert outlined how mischievous computer boffins would be able to release your online browsing history. He said: "If a malicious party obtained identifiable access logs for just one of the websites that know your name, and view logs for just one of the adult websites you’ve visited, it could infer with very high probability - beyond plausible deniability - a list of porn you've viewed. "At any time, somebody could post a website that allows you to search anybody by email or Facebook username and view their porn browsing history. Exposed: The warning has explained how hackers would expose porn users "All that's needed are two nominal data breaches and an enterprising teenager that wants to create havoc." Pornography websites which are popular with internet users have been the victims of hack attacks in recent months. This left users fearing a public data dump of who had been visiting those sites, much in the same way as the adultery dating site Ashley Madison was targeted earlier this year. Since the leak, police officers have even linked suicides to the sensitive data dump.