I wrote three articles on Cookie stealing and now adding one more article to this Cookie stealing section. We talked about How to hack Facebook account using Phishing. Today, I am going to inform you the method to hack a Facebook account using Cookie Stealing. If you have not yet gone through my previous Cookie stealing articles, please read them before you proceed further in this article on how to hack a Facebook account.
How to hack a Facebook account: -
Facebook usually authenticates its user using cookies. So, whenever user logs in to his account, Facebook server sends a session cookie to user browser and this cookie is used by server to authenticate the user. So, if you are possessing the victim account’s cookie, Facebook will grant you the access to victim account.
Steps to hack Facebook account: -
1. Using Wireshark or HTTP Debugger Pro, capture the cookie of victim Facebook account. Refer the Wireshark tutorial for more information on how to capture Facebook cookie.
3. Now, go to Facebook.com. Make sure you are not logged in. Using keyboard, press Alt+C to see a text box. Enter the victim cookie you have copied in Step 1 in this text box and hit on Enter.
4. Now, simply refresh your Facebook page and you will find yourself logged in to victim’s Facebook account.
That’s it friends. You are now able to hack a Facebook account using Cookie stealing method. This method works perfect if victim is not using any SSL encryption i.e. HTTPs while logging in to his Facebook account. If you face any problem in this tutorial on how to hack a Facebook account using Cookie stealing, please mention it in comments.
Enjoy n hack a Facebook account using Cookie stealing…
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