This article is only meant for educational purposes. We strictly suggest to stay away from hacking online accounts. We hope to spread basic awareness on the truth about the Facebook Hacking Trend.
At least once, you would have wished if you could hack a Facebook account for free. Trust me, you’re not alone, all of us have done, including me.
But the end result might have probably been a disappointing one. Right? 90% of the people who wish and then put effort to hack online accounts don’t really succeed. And yes, the other 10% does.
If you’re reading this right now, it means that you belong to the 90% of people who fail to hack the password of the accounts they wish to.
The Irony about Facebook Hacking Trend
I’m the Go-To-Guy at my college when it comes to the technical stuff. And last week, some of my friends came to me. They looked tensed and angry about something (Well, not to me).
They said that they doubt if one of their’s friend’s girlfriend is cheating on him. And they wanted me to hack her Facebook account so that they can check her Facebook conversations with the guy whom they doubt.
Crap, what do they think of me? A 100% Guaranteed Hacker? Hell no! I do know some of the methods used for hacking Facebook accounts the fail-proof way. But, I’m not a Mercenary Hacker or something.
Enough of the story, right? So, this is what happens in the world right now.
- They think Hacking Facebook accounts is easy as a piece of cake.
- They think they can download Facebook hacking software for free.
- They think if they can complete some online surveys, they can do it.
- They think they can easily learn hacking tricks.
- Plus, they think it’s not against the law.
And, What’s the Truth?
Millions and Billions of money roll through the social media websites like Facebook. And they put everything they have to make their security structure strong.
Do you think the big Giant – Facebook’s security team is not strong enough?
And, Hacking is really illegal, and this law comes under Cyber Crime. This could leave you fining enough money to make you go bankrupt, and even spend the rest of your lives behind the bars.
And, there are no such software, programs, tools, or applications that can hack Facebook accounts just with some clicks. Those are all pure nonsense.
You might have heard of some popular online hacking tools with crazy names and all. Here are the reasons why people build such software.
- One: They drive in a lot of fools like you, thus making money from their websites via Advertisements.
- Two: Some of the applications are even Paid, with which they make a hell lot of money. But you will end up being the clown.
- Three: These tools and applications could contain Trojan Viruses and bots that could steal your private information.
Here are some of the most popular so-called Facebook hacking tools which fool a lot of people, thus making a lot of money.
- 007 Facebook Hack.
- Pro Facebook Password Stealer.
- Ultimate Facebook Hack Tool.
These are some of the top scams on the internet I’ve seen. They make a hell lot of money luring in people who aren’t aware of the truth. If you happen to see any of these software on the way ahead of you, please don’t use them.
But right now, you might be ready to argue with me that there are people who hack Facebook accounts. Well, you got a point. Yes, there are. You, me, and everyone can do it just with some effort. But, please don’t. I’m again reminding you that it’s highly against the law.
So, how do they do it, if not with these crazy software?
The Real Facebook Hacking Methods
Even though those software and tools I talked about don’t work. There are some other ways to hack online accounts. In fact, there are more than 10 to 20 methods. But, here are two of the Facebook hacking techniques that I’m aware of.
Does the name suggest anything to you? Keylogging is basically the process of recording every keystroke you make to a log file, usually encrypted. It is used to record instant messages, e-mail, and any information you type at any time using your keyboard.
Using Keylogging, the hacker can access the victim’s password, along with the other things she/he types into the computer through the keyboard.
So, here is how the process works :
The Hacker creates the keylogger application. This software is built in such a way that, if someone opens it, it will infect their computer. So, the hacker then sends the keylogger or plants it on the victim’s computer.
And when the victim opens it – Boom. The system will be affected and will be ready for action. It is mandatory that the computer system should have an internet connection in it so that the saved keystrokes will be sent to the hacker’s Email or FTP account later. And boom. The hacker gets the golden information, along with the password of the Facebook account.
[I do not wish to talk about how to use keyloggers. But, there are some trust-worthy spying software out there. The Free Keylogger Pro on Cnet by Download.com is something worth the shot.]
Phishing can be alternatively labeled as a “Fraudulent Technique“. I call it the Fooling Method.
This is the process where the Hacker creates a fake log-in page and sends the link out to the victim. And the victim gets fooled and tries to log into the fake page. The information typed in on the fake page is then sent to the hacker, thus retrieving the Email ID and Password of the Facebook account – just like that.
It can be also done by sending out a Fake Email to the victim, fooling them with your authority, and asking for your Email ID and Password. Again, just like that.
This was one of the methods I used to do to hack my friends’ accounts while I was in high school, though I later told them that I did. It was a friendly kinda hacking after all.
Summing it Up
So, now that you know the truth about Facebook hacking, don’t act like a fool again. Know that, there are no free Facebook hacking tools or easy ways around it. And, it really is a Criminal Act to hack other people’s Facebook accounts. Watch out and avoid all those crazy fake applications, it will get yourself hacker or into problems.
Stay Green, Stay Alive.
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