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How To Get By Facebook Image I.D Roadblock

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by dog-tag, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. dog-tag

    dog-tag Senior Member

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    Hey all,

    I think it's about time someone provided some answers on here about how to get by this photo roadblock.
    This is the roadblock, that when you log into your fb account you will not be able to do anything until you pass the recognise a friend test.

    As of writing this today (remember things are updated over night) this is the general way of getting by this..

    1.) Use tineye or another reverse image search service

    Basically download the picture, and then run in tineye and see if the profile pops up... it's extremely easy to do.. a monkey could do it.

    2.) You guess your way through it

    You will usually be given a choice of names to choose from. Use the grey matter between your ears and take some educated guesses... Is it a black guy? Indian guy? Looks like a rich girl? Race, and clothing are the things to help you feel out certain names..

    3.) Try changing to the last known machine and I.P for that account

    I keep I.P's locked to each account, so I'm not changing all day long with a VPN unless im just posting junk around and waiting to get banned.

    If you can't do that get a free I.P from only and get one matching as closely to your known address on facebook... this is gold dust! Even just try googling the area and free IP into google.. you'd be surprised what comes up.

    See more here - http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...acebook-spam-techniques-definitive-guide.html

    4.) Use another account to find those people

    Here is the intelligent thing to do. Make sure your accounts always have a dud account linked to them. When your stuck like this, log in with another machine / VPS or phone, and look for the people suggested in your friends list..

    Thing to note boys, is if you get this wrong, your account won't be disabled.. generally you get a few attempts at this, but have to wait a few hours in between, so don't just give up on the accounts, you may aswell take a few tries first.

    Now I haven't done this in about 1 month, and after posting this, facebook might block this gaping hole in their security... In fact I expect them too.. (Hello again fellas!)

    Anway hope this helps a few guys out,
    Gilesy

    P.S If anyone knows anymore methods, or knows something has changed over the last couple of weeks, please comment here... we're all here to help each other remember!
     
  2. peterbruce

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    tineye doesn't seem to be working for me?
     
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    It worked for me on a few... if the accounts are on private, tineye etc can't index the images.. only works for public accounts I think at the moment.

    Tineye can be ruined also by resizing images, BUT if there's a pattern or anything "peculiar" in the background, tineye will still pick this up even if it's been resized!
     
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    Most accounts are private though?
     
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    No not all accounts are private... You can view alot of public albums!

    HAHAHA go troll somewhere else! Your the nobody around here.

    "there is no good way around it"... You talk like a complete loser... your the type of dipshit that comes on this forum to scam people... cause you obviously know NOTHING about marketing on facebook.
     
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    Luckily I have 4 accounts which all have a few mutural friends.

    The open another browser trick works perfectly for me as the friends in looking for pop up on top once I search for them due to the mutural friends.
     
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    Why not apply some preventive measures? download the pics/albums of all your friends and save it somewhere.

    When u get a roadblock, just get the pic fb shows you, search for it in among the saves photos and get the name of the friend.

    I can easily make something like this, anyone interested?
     
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    You see I don't think you get this scale in which guys on market on facebook.
    Were not talking about personal accounts.

    For example my gf has 1300 friends... now she's not going to do your method, and that's just her own account.

    Now for example If I have say 200 accounts x 3k friends on average per account, then that's 600,000 friends photos you need to save, the hours and time are just no where near worth it.

    I lose mimimum 20 accounts per day on other social sites, and to me it's just easier to promote new accounts than to bother restoring an old one anyway.