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Facebook Fan Pages Hacked?!?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by S1lv3rdo7, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. S1lv3rdo7

    S1lv3rdo7 Regular Member

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    Totally pissed off right now. I had 3 fan pages with about 100K-260K fans on there and lost total access to my Facebook account. My password was 10 letters upper and lower case with 3 symbols in there. I have no idea how they got my password.

    I know you can brute force passwords with rainbow tables and such, but my passwords would have taken A LOT of time to brute force. Plus I would think that facebook would lock the account after so many logins.

    I did some research on google and this was the only site I could find to hack facebook passwords. http://www.getpasswordonline.com/ I tried to find some other pages on the server but didn't. This looks like a total scam but if you pay with paypal I would assume you could just refund the payment if the password didn't work?

    Anyways, just seeing if anyone knows about this site or could find something fishy on their server / setup. Maybe I could use it to get my fan pages back.
     
  2. virtualpurity

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    If you really lost you fan sites than you are probably rated. Check you pc for malware. And having pages with that size i suppose you had an extra layer of security on you fb account ?
     
  3. MadStacks

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    Did you have any admins added to those pages that could have hijacked them? If not odds are your computer is compromised.
     
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  4. S1lv3rdo7

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    That makes sense it's probably a trojan on my computer. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  5. back2basics

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    Yeah, would say you were more likely keylogged or something.
     
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