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Facebook has quite a few features to prevent hackers from getting access to accounts. The function itself is hidden well on the site and 95% of the casual users on facebook will NOT have it enabled and are the perfect victims of facebook account hacking. Most of these features are only used by celebrities, just popular people and the owners of popular fanpages or sites. If these features are enabled, they will only be prompted if you’re trying to access the account from the other side of the world. As long as your IP appears to be in the same city/area of the account you will not be prompted to prove you’re the owner, however if you’re trying to access an American account who has enabled this feature with an IP from Australia or the United Kingdom you will be prompted to fill in the information they request.
We are going to give you a brief overview of what features facebook currently uses to protect accounts from being hacked and a few tips on how to bypass some of them or simply make it easier for you. The first one is the most popular one – Facebook will prompt you 6-10 pictures of the accounts friends and you will have to identify them by their names. This is the most easiest one to bypass. Simply open up another browser, check out their profile on Facebook and simply skim through their friends list for the pictures, they just prompt you the profile picture. If you can’t get it right the first time simply log out and log back in, that’ll give you a new list of people.
Another popular security measure they use is security questions. These are usually prompted if the user has over 500 friends as facebook knows that the user probably won’t know all of them in real life.. This is an easy bypass, most of the people won’t even have these questions set and Facebook doesn’t really care if they do. Simply press „I haven’t set any security questions“ and you’re in ! If however, they do have them set you could simply try guessing them if you know the person, generally people don’t think anyone would want access to their account and simply put stupid questions like what’s my name or what phone do I have.. If you don’t know just try something common, for example as the phone you could try iPhone or something..
I hope this article gave you a general impression of what you might stumble upon when trying to access a buddies or enemies facebook account and how to avoid them. As you’ve probably realised facebook doesn’t really care if their users facebook accounts get hacked, otherwise they’d be more serious about their security measures. Facebook hacking is still extremely easy with our tool and will continue to be as easy unless someone purchases facebook, which is also very unlikely.
Below are some of the known exploits our software uses
Attacks that have worked so far