Feebhax Web is a web-based graphical user interface for our Feebhax Facebook hack tool. We've built this to make Feebhax accessible to more people.
Security is getting better at Facebook, but there are still quite a few exploits a Facebook hacker could use to gain access to an account.
For obvious reasons, we can't get into much detail here, but let's just say that we have a way to test billions of passwords every second until we find the right one.
To satisfy your curiosity, we can go as far as to say that Feebhax uses any subset of the following Facebook password hack techniques: brute force, advanced dictionary attack, rainbow tables, prehacked accounts.
The reason this works so well even in 2020 is entirely the fault of the users/victims. Most people use terrible passwords. Passwords that other people used as well, or that were compromised before. Most people also use the same password on multiple websites.
Every password that was ever hacked on any website, is included in the advanced dictionary. This already includes most of the accounts that are used on both Facebook and Instagram. Many of these dictionaries can be found all over the internet.
If the victim's password doesn't match any of the passwords in the "dictionary", then various rulesets are used to create even more passwords from each password in the dictionary.
For example, if the word "password" is included in the dictionary, using the rulesets many more passwords will be generated and tested. They might look like: "pa$$word", "pa$$v0rd", "passvvord", "Password", "Pa$$v0rd.", "pa$$word1", "pa$$vord123", etc..
All of these are tested in a blink of an eye, thanks to tremendous processing power, and the sheer amount of GPUs on our peer-2-peer bot net.
Many people ask how to hack Facebook accounts. There only real answer is that there are many ways to hack a Facebook account. Most accounts of average everyday people can be hacked with Feebhax. The process is really simple since everything is already prepared, programmed, and maintained by us.
All you need to do is enter the username, id, or the profile URL of the account you want to hack into the tool. Depending on the strength of the password, it will usually take a few minutes to get the password.
If the victim uses a very strong password, chances are that Feebhax won't be able to crack the password, or that it will take a very very long time. In this case, other techniques will have to be applied to gain access to the target account.
These techniques cannot be automated and are not a part of Feebhax. Usually, these techniques require advanced programming and hacking knowledge, and usually involve tricking the victims to reveal their passwords themselves. For example, setting up a fake Facebook login page via phishing, or using a keylogger. These techniques can be very risky and have a higher chance of the hacker getting caught.
If you really want to hack a Facebook account, your best bet would be first trying to do so with Feebhax, because it is completely safe and anonymous, and free. If that doesn't work, you may try other techniques.
Bare in mind, that sometimes even when you hack a Facebook password, you may not be able to access an account if they use 2-factor authentication. After hacking a password, it is recommended to access the account from the same network the victim uses (for example: work/school/home network, etc.), so that Facebook doesn't ask for additional verification.
Multi-factor authentication is an authentication method in which the user is only allowed to log in after successfully providing at least two authentication factors. When it comes to accounts on online services and websites such as Facebook, the first factor is usually a password. And the second factor is an access code generated by authentication software that uses a security token provided only to the user by the service, and the current time to make unique one time access codes.
Therefore, to hack someone's Facebook account with multi-factor (two-factor) authentication, the hacker must posses both the password, and a way to generate the access codes. Since the second factor authentication software is in most cases hosted on a user's smartphone, having access to the victim's phone would be enough.
There are multiple things you can and should do. If you want perfect security, follow every guideline below.
Here are a few examples of memorable strong passwords (PS. don't use these, we've added them to the dictionary 😁):
Fun fact: Most people who read this will not change their password.
Yeah, but... You will need to complete a specific kind of human verification. This ensures that this Facebook hack tool is not being used by automated robots, and also provides a small compensation to us for our effort. To complete the human verification, you will usually need to either install and run some mobile apps, or complete a survey or some offer. This is FREE for you, can't be done by automated software, and gives us some advertising revenue. Perfect.