Four months ago, I unmaskeda Facebook “hacking” service called FBSniffingandhowit really doesn’t really “hack”but instead sign in users lớn a thiết bị di động service they never asked for.
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In this post, I’ll be talking about two more sites claiming khổng lồ offer hacking services that target Facebook users. The sites are:fbwand(dot)comhackfbaccountlive(dot)com
fbwand is a trang web created within the first four months of 2014. It claims lớn be a tool that can get into Facebook in three easy steps.
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On its ToS though, we can see it suddenly doubling back, claiming that the domain at present is just a tool that simulates Facebook tài khoản cracking.
Fortunately, fbwand is no longer online at this time of writing.
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This tên miền was created within thesame time frame asfbwand. Clicking the “Click here khổng lồ start hacking” button leads to lớn a page where users can supposedly enter the Facebook profile liên kết of the trương mục they want hacked. From here, one can also have ready access khổng lồ a “Members Panel” section, where whoever is registered can enter his/her user name và corresponding password lớn access results from the supposed hack. More onthisin a few.
One starts off byentering the profile URL of the Facebook user tài khoản (the target) he/she wants khổng lồ hack. The site thenmakes him/herbelieve that an actual hacking is ongoing, firstly, by retrieving and displaying specific information fromFacebook’sGraph Search, such as userID, user name, & a large version of the profile photo, lớn the page; and, secondly,by providing the attacker the progress of completion of each hacking attempt. Below are screenshots of theseattempts, beginning withpurportedlyfetching the target’s e-mail ID:
After a successful “hack”, the site informs the attacker that they have created an trương mục for them on the website, complete with a generated user name & password, & that they have lớn log in to their accounts to lớn retrieve the target’s Facebook trương mục details. Just when itseems too easy, the attacker sees this upon logging in:
He/She is instructed to lớn unlock the details in twoways. One is to nói qua a generated referral link to their social networks (particularly Facebook and/or Twitter) in order lớn get 15 visitors to click it. Below is a screenshot of the tweet the attacker is encouraged to lớn use in sharing:
Doing a quick search on Twitter reveals these live tweets:
Second is tocomplete a survey by clicking a button, leadingtoasite called download Files Fast.
Users are also being redirected tocommentpiraterfacebook(dot)org, a site in French, when they visit hackfbaccount(dot)com và they live in a country that speaks the language.
Although it’s true that no website is perfectly secure one must not attempt to hack into them nor break into someone else’s online profile. These are illegal acts. Sites sale themselvesas free, user-friendly hacking-as-a-service (HaaS) tool, such as those Imentioned here, generally takes advantage of user distrust against someone and profits on it, promising big but deliver nothing in the end. Avoid them at all cost.