Sunday, August 12, 2012

How to Hack Facebook Password in 5 Ways

Check out the following post from fonelovetz blog on facebook account hacking.
This is one of the most popular questions which I'm asked via my email.And today I'm going to solve this problem one it for all.Even though i have already written a few ways of hacking a facebook password.Looks like i got to tidy up the the stuff here.The first thing i want to tell is.You can not hack or crack a facebook password by a click of a button.That's totally impossible and if you find such tools on the internet then please don't waste your time by looking at them! They are all fake.Ok now let me tell you how to hack a facebook account.

I'll be telling you 5 of the basic ways in which a beginner hacker would hack.They are:

1.Social Engineering
3.Reverting Password / Password Recovery Through Primary Email
4.Facebook Phishing Page/ Softwares

I'll explain each of these one by one in brief.If you want to know more about them just search at'm just trying to give you a rough idea of each field of hacking!

You must also see: 

How to Prevent Facebook Hacking
How to Deactivate any Facebook Account

Social Engineering

This is one of the most easiest ways of hacking.If your good at human manipulation and extracting information out of a conversion between you and your victim then this is the best trick for you.Go to "" and check out exactly what information you need to extract from your victim in the conversion.The most basic things would include "Birthday,Secret Question etc".Make sure you don't bump into a stranger and directly ask him the details.Drag the conversation for a while.Make yourself look trust able and then extract one by one slowly


Keylogging has always been my favourite(Because i coded a few keyloggers :p).This is the most stealthy and easiest way to hack.Once your keylogger has been injected its up to the program to get the passwords that are enetered on a computer.The tricky part of keylogging is "How to inject a Keylogger".But you can always use email attachments or even use something like "Money.exe" as your keylogger.If you want free keyloggers,you can try some of mine or others.

Password Reverting through Primary Email 

There are two ways of doing this.If you have access to your victim's primary email then you can use facebook "Recovery" form to easily send the password to your victim's pimary email.If you don't know your victim's primary email and don't have access to it.Then i would suggest this Hack Facebook by Reverting.I had written that tutorial long time back and I guess it comes of some use now !This technique doesn't need any keylogging or injecting a file.

Hack Facebook Password Recovery

This is also an effective technique if you know your victim well,if the victim is your friend or someones friend then you can quite easily acquire the basic information and probably use this technique effectively the then!

How to hack Facebook Password Recovery

Facebook Phishing Page/ Phishing software

This is the most EASIEST and SIMPLEST way of hacking a facebook account.I don't recommend Facebook Phishing pages anymore as people are not that dumb these days to fall for this trick.But who know's your victim might just beat the record.So try this phishing page "How to hack Facebook with Phishing Page" which i made ages ago.

Apart from Phishing pages,you can also try Phishing softwares which are quite convincing and a lot of people fall for this trick.I have made 2 Phishing softwares for Yahoo and Facebook.Here is a phishing software for Facebook called "Facebook Hacking Software"

Note: Phishing softwares DO NOT actually hack the account.They just mislead your victim in hacking account.Read that article properly before you use it

Stealers / Remote Administration Tools (RATs) / Trojans

These are basically malwares which can be used to extract saved information from the victim's computer.Again for this trick you need a few trojans to use which you can get from the trojans on that site are free.Once again the major drawback of this method is that you cannot use this technique without injection.

5 Ways To Avoid Being Hacked

Hacking. We often think of it happening to companies or governments. But it also happens to ordinary people. But we can take steps to stop it.

Step 1: Tough passwords
You need to have a separate password for each account, so that if one account gets hacked, all of your vital information is not vulnerable. The problem is that it's tough to remember dozens of passwords. The answer: a password manager. There are a variety of third-party software programs that will create and store passwords for you.

Step 2: Two-Part Authentication
When you log on to many different computers — especially shared computers — to access your email account, you are especially vulnerable to hackers.
Many websites are moving toward two-step verification. Google is one. Essentially, it means that you need more than a password to log into a new account. If you use the service, you have to remember a password but also remember a special key that gets sent to you as a text.

Step 3: Change Your Behavior
"I hate to say it, but the reality is they need to share a little bit less," says Ulanoff.
Ulanoff says we probably don't want to go back to the pre-social media days, but oversharing may not be just embarrassing, it may cause harm. Things like birth dates and graduation years can be used to access your information. That doesn't mean you need to shut down your online presence, but be careful what details you put out there.

Step 4: Consolidation
Remember Friendster? Or MySpace? Whitson Gordon, senior editor of, says that back in the early days of the Internet, it would have been hard to imagine "10, 20 years down the road when we would have so many services we're grappling with."
So sit down and think about the last 10 years of your online life. And then delete the accounts for the services you signed up for and no longer use.

Step 5: Back It Up
"If there's one thing I have to hammer home with everybody, it's back up your data," Gordon says. You can either use an external hard drive or an online service. As more of the things we care about get stored electronically, the more vulnerable they are to get lost. If your smartphone gets stolen with wedding photos on it, there won't be as much heartbreak.

How to avoid being hacked like Honan

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Hackers used an iCloud account to perform a remote wipe on Mat Honan's iPhone, iPad and MacBook, deleting all his data. Photograph: M4OS Photos/Alamy
I read about Mat Honan, the journalist who had his email hacked and his devices wiped. What should we all be doing to avoid this kind of thing?
For those who missed the story, Wired journalist Mat Honan had hisGmail and Twitter accounts hacked, which is not all that unusual. What made the story "epic" was that the hacker(s) used his Apple iCloud account to perform a "remote wipe" on his iPhone, iPad and MacBook, deleting all his data. Worse still, he didn't have backups.
It was evident that something had gone wrong from the tweets the hacker sent from Honan's Twitter account and Gizmodo's account, to which it was linked. (He used to work there.) Honan went public on 3 August 2012 in a blogpost: Yes, I was hacked. Hard. At the time, he blamed his old seven-digit alphanumeric password.
Read More about this story and Two Factor Authentication here