How to hack a facebook account - hack a facebook account

How a facebook account can be hacked

Facebook is one of the most widely used Social Networking website by many across the world . Most of them are now a days making the fake accounts both for abuse or maintaining secret relations. So, it’s no wonder that many people have started to devise methods to hack a Facebook account.
Now i will show you some of the working and best ways to hack a Facebook account
Now a days the security standards are greatly increased even the brute force attacks don’t work don’t get fooled there are so many people who try to fool the people by telling them to hack Facebook and any other service like orkut ,gmail,yahoo, orkut, there are only a few ways to get that account and the easiest relies on the ignorance of the user. The hardest relies on the skill of the hacker…
Starting with the easiest…and going to the rare and intermediate hacks

#Using a Keylogger
The hacker sends a client keylogger software that captures everything the user types in, including passwords. The captured keysrokes are sent by email, FTP or sare stored on the victim’s computer for later removal.
Counter : Use a firewall and don’t accept suspicious programs(specially when they are light) Using a virtual keybord also helps.

#Using a Trojan
This is same as the keyloggers if u want more control over the victom then u can use Trojans (Rats) these are remote administrator tools which give the complete control over the victim system. Relies fully on whether the user accepts the infected file or not. Trojans are quickly detected by antivirus software but packing the Trojan can get around that. Trojans or Rats can also be binded with legitimate software using exe binders.
Counter : Antivirus and Suspicion. Trojan also generate a lot of network activity when operating, so it is easy to spot them. Firewalls also work gr8.

PHISHING is the most commonly used method to hack into any web based systems like orkut ,gmail ,yahoo.
Phishing is proved the best and easy way to hack into any web based system u can even hack into Facebook it has high success rate . And also there is no need of any scripting knowledge like html just upload the page to any free hosting accounts and send the link to the victim. It works by creating a copy of a Login page (facebook login) ,changing some stuffs in it so as it emails the input username and password to the hacker and redirect to the REAL Facebook login page after so as the user does not get a hint of what is happening. Once the user has input his credentials, they are sent as plain text to the hacker.
Counter: The fake login page usually have to be hosted somewhere and must have a domain name. Naturally it cannot be the same as so check for the URL when you are login in.

I personally hate this tool. Won’t talk much about it.. damn automatic hacker
The attacker just needs the victims IP and some skill to pull the attack. So don’t just give out your Ip and don’t download stuffs from Instant Messengers as it is in this way that the attackers obtain the ip address. Beware also of emails containing strange link as clicking on a link can send your IP adrress to the hacker.

#Cookie Stealing
Involves using an exploit to steal session cookies which when injected into the hackers session (cookie injection), gives him access to your facebook account without needing to input your password. But that limits the damage he can do.
A > Downloads the HomePage.
B > Allows you to the Target’s Wall and
C > Retrieve your Target’s Friend’s List

The hacker needs your IP, skills and skills.
A software I heard that can give you control of a facebook account is FBcontroller. You have to feed it the live cookies of a victim and it does the rest.
You can get the target’s cookie by sniffing, XSS, amusing engineering, ARP Poison-Sniffing, Scroogle chase or about you like.

Facebook rh hack tool - facebook hacking tool

Facebook rh hack tool is presumed to be a hacking tool allowing hackers to hack a facebook account. Basically facebook hacking tools are in great demand and easily get a big buzz on the net. A quick search on google and you
will find thousands of download links Facebook rh hack tool v1.6 or later but these links seem to go nowhere. From the hacker underground, it is very clear that rh hack tool is a ghost software, it does not exist. It is technically very difficult to develop such a tool, hackers uses a mix of techniques mos commonly SQL injection or phishing to get a hand on facebook accounts. Having a tools that automatically does these things in one go is hoax. So next time you here about a facebook hacking tool, don't even go looking for it. The key to hacking facebook is knowledge and skill. 
To end, Facebook rh hacking tool = HOAX .

Control Facebook accounts without the Password - FBController

FBController - The Ultimate Utility to Control Facebook accounts without the Password.

Let me clear this again like last time that this utility WON'T hack/crack Facebook accounts.

You need to feed it biscuits (cookies) before you can do anything.

You can get the target’s cookie by sniffing, XSS, social engineering, ARP Poison-Sniffing, Scroogle search or however you like.

Once you have the cookies you can use FBController to have Full control over the target’s Facebook account.

Login to your Facebook account and sniff your own cookie OR collect a few live Facebook Biscuit/s of your Target/s.

Changes in version FBController 2.0 

- You don't have to provide each and every cookie variable in the command parameter.

Just save your cookie into a file and point FBC towards it.

- Many changes have taken place over the time in the FB UI and the Cookie structure as explained on the blog.

- FBConTroller v2.0 now has a menu based Operation making it easier to control.

- FBConTroller as of now can Write onto one's own wall, other's walls, Retrieve Profile Page, Retrieve Friends List and even attempts to Retrieve Inbox and Send Messages.

Russian Hacker sells hacked facebook accounts

A spammer/scammer named Kirloss is selling 1.5 million Facebook accounts for a few pennies apiece. Yours might be one of them.

Want to hear some good news? We now know exactly how much your Facebook profile is worth on the open market: Between 25 and 45 cents, depending on whether you have more than 10 friends.
The bad news? How we found out.

According to Verisign's iDefense, a Russian hacker known as Kirllos is selling 1000 Facebook IDs at a pop for $25 (if you have 10 friends or less) or $45 (if you're in the 11+ friends crowd). Thus explaining that rash of bogus Facebook password reset spam I got last month. He's apparently successfully phished log ons for some 1.5 million Facebookers, which he's now hawking on the forums.
Is your account one of them? There's really no way to know for sure, unless you're seeing stuff posted under your name you didn't put there. But if you've recently responded to an email purporting to be from Facebook asking you to log into your account, there's a very strong chance the answer is yes. (I'd recommend logging in and changing your password to something tricky. Do it right now. Go on, I'll wait.)
What can some miscreant do with your Facebook identity?
* He can use it to infect other Facebook users by posting links on your friends' walls to Web sites containing malware, a la the Koobface worm, which has been tormenting users of Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter for two+ years. Koobface can suck your PC into a botnet, at which point it doesn't really belong to you any more.
* He can use it to run big-money con games on your friends, a la the infamous "London Scam" in which a cybercrook pretends to be an old friend of yours who's stranded overseas and needs you to wire him cash -- fast. The London Scam took at least one U.S. victim for $4,000. Unlike Nigerian 414 scams, which requires mind-numbing stupidity on the part of its victims, the London Scam directly attacks affluent, college-educated, computer literate people. (I had a friend who got approached by the same scammer, who was seriously considering wiring the money until I explained what was going on.)
* He can use it to embarrass, harass, or blackmail you. Want to ruin someone's reputation in a hurry? Log on as them and post humiliating or hateful content on their page.
But here's the bigger threat. Facebook really wants to be the single sign-on engine for the Web (see "What's to like about Facebook's 'Like' button?"). So a Facebook log on isn't just a Facebook log on anymore; it's also a log on to sites like Unvarnished, the Huffington Post, and any others that use Facebook Connect. If that's not an argument against using Facebook for single sign on, I don't know what is. Even if you don't use FB Connect, most people tend to use the same log ons for multiple sites; once a crook has your email address and favorite password, he can go to town on you. Nervous yet?
Bottom line: Your Facebook credentials are important, and only getting more so. If you want to protect yourself online, you'll need to protect them as well. Start by mixing up your passwords for your favorite sites, changing them semi regularly, and not getting duped by every stupid email marked "urgent."
Also: I gotta say I find this whole thing kind of insulting. I've got 700+ friends. I think my account is worth at least $1.50. Don't you?

Facebook Security Issues

Facebook has been the victim of five different security problems in the month of March, says Trend Micro.
According to the security firm, four hoax applications have become available on the social network along with a new variation of the Koobface virus, which was first detected at the end of last year, and directs users to a fake YouTube page where they are encouraged to install malware.

Two of the hoax applications that have been downloaded by Facebook users include 'F a c e b o o k - closing down!!!' and 'Error Check System'. By downloading the app, users are giving hackers access to their profile and personal information, and also unwittingly forwarding fake messages to their friends, also encouraging them to download the programs.
Rik Ferguson, senior security advisor at Trend Micro told the BBC:"It's been a pretty bad week for social networking in general".
"It's almost as if the applications we have seen this week are a proof of concept," he said. "It would be much better for them to generate rogue applications that did not look like rogue applications."
Ferguson also revealed that he believes hackers are currently working on creating apps that don't initially appear to be malicious. He predicts these apps will appear on social networking sites very soon.
"One of the problems is that Facebook allows anybody to write an application and third party applications are not vetted before they are released to the public. Even as Facebook stamps out one malignant application, it can pop up in another place," said Graham Cluley, senior technology consultant at Sophos
However, it appears Facebook is still refusing to vet apps before they are made available on the social network.
Founder Mark Zuckerberg told Radio One last month: "Our philosophy is that having an open system anyone can participate in is generally better".

Passwords - user password trends (easy to crack passwords)

It is a disgrace that humans still got the hang of setting passwords. It seems as though that most internet users have inextricably tethered themselves to a promise of not setting strong-enough passwords, which may force hackers to reconsider their choice of profession for its grueling nature. As you devour more of this story, you will begin to envy hackers for having it stroll-in-the-park easy.

A new study has revealed that internet users nonchalantly continue to set unimaginative, fatuous passwords. The study appraised 28,000 passwords that were recently stolen from a U.S website.

Sixteen percent of the users had set their first name as their password. Around fourteen percent chose easiest to recall key combinations, including 1234 and 12345678. Other users, who apparently dont rate their mathematical ability highly, chose to steer clear of numbers and settled for passwords such as AZERTY and QWERTY.

Five percent of the passwords were found to be inspired by popular things and celebrities, including names of movies, TV shows and actors. The strongest password in this category was found to be Ironman as it sounds impenetrable.

Three percent of the people reckon passwords are another medium of expression. How else would you explain passwords like loveyou and Ihateyou..

If you want to set a password that for sure will be very hard to crack, use a combination of alphanumeric characters and special characters like underscores ampersand ect..Adding numbers in the middle of the password is damn effective too..

Hacking Software - Hacking Tools (password cracker)

So here is the first hacking tool hack website blog is posting: A damn powerful password cracker called
Windows password auditing and recovery application
L0phtCrack attempts to crack Windows passwords from hashes which it can obtain (given proper access) from stand-alone Windows workstations, networked servers, primary domain controllers, or Active Directory. In some cases it can sniff the hashes off the wire. It also has numerous methods of generating password guesses (dictionary, brute force, etc). LC5 was discontinued by Symantec in 2006, then re-acquired by the original L0pht guys and reborn as LC6 in 2009. L0phtCrack can provide some decent level of funtionality in the free version but the juice stays in the paid version, so try to crack it or opt for version 5 for which there is already a keygen on the net. For free alternatives, consider Ophcrack, Cain and Abel, or John the Ripper. More posts comming for these hacking tools.

Hacker : White hat and Black Hat

I thought it would be good to start with something simple and straight forward, so what is a hacker and what kind of hackers are out there.. 

In common usage, a hacker is a person who breaks into computers, but does no harm. usually for fun or just the challenge . The subculture that has evolved around hackers is often referred to as the computer underground but is now an open community. hackers are people who are motivated by curiosity and adventuress spirit.

Other uses of the word hacker exist that are not related to computer security (computer programmer and home computer hobbyists), but these are rarely used by the mainstream media because of the common stereotype that is in TV and movies. Some would argue that the people that are now considered hackers are not hackers, as before the media described the person who breaks into computers as a hacker there was a hacker community. This community was a community of people who had a large interest in computer programming, often sharing, without restrictions, the source code for the software they wrote. These people now refer to the cyber-criminal hackers as "crackers". 

White hat
A white hat hacker breaks security for non-malicious reasons, for instance testing their own security system. This type of hacker enjoys learning and working with computer systems, and consequently gains a deeper understanding of the subject. Such people normally go on to use their hacking skills in legitimate ways, such as becoming security consultants. The word 'hacker' originally included people like this, although a hacker may not be someone into security.

 Black Hat
 A black hat hacker, sometimes called "cracker", is someone who breaks computer security without authorization or uses technology (usually a computer, phone system or network) for vandalism, credit card fraud, identity theft, piracy, or other types of illegal activity.

Hack website : The hack blog

Welcome to hack website,  a hacking blog that has been remade (previously hackerz-shell) to convert itself to a blog specialised in web hacking.

This is a hack blog where you will learn how to hack : hack the web, hack the net, hack email, learn hacking tricks, hacking cracking, web hacking, hacking forum, hacking website, hacking facebook, hacking software, hacking books and hacking software..Lots of hacking tutorials and books as well as hacking tools to download.So stay tuned because very hot stuff coming to you right away.