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New verification "Upload a photo of yourself" - How to cheat it??

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by gorgona666, May 29, 2017.

  1. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    Hi all.
    I have a base of fake accounts, recently I encountered a serious problem - new verification. Facebook requests "photo of yourself", I send a selfie from fake account (with face of girl), and after some time account was disabled. Next, I try to send a passport, but the mail does not come with a standard notification.

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    The problems occurred during the inviting with a delay of 4 seconds and when adding friends with a delay of 7-15 seconds. Earlier, for several months, everything was fine.

    The same happens even on accounts of REAL people!!!
    WTF? And what to do with it or how to avoid it?
     
  2. Kvelicka1228

    Kvelicka1228 Newbie

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    It is their new security, intrested bypassing this thing too.
     
  3. Carlos TV

    Carlos TV Regular Member

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    Motherf. FB!
     
  4. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    Its blocked REAL persons. Was send REAL unique selfie-photo of REAL person, but accs was blocked.
    its not secutiry, its shit :D
     
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  5. Kvelicka1228

    Kvelicka1228 Newbie

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    Maybe you had previously banned accounts on same device, and now they detect it.
     
  6. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    What parameters other than the browser can know facebook? IP, Windows ver. of couse. But hardware... Really? I talk not about mobile, but PC.
     
  7. opiosko

    opiosko Junior Member

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    Maybe someone reported the account as a fake.
    Guess Facebook will soon be requesting for live video chat to verify accounts.
    Zuckerberg is one miserly dick
     
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  8. Kvelicka1228

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    Maybe they can see mac adress also, idk, i am facing same problem with them now, i will try to figure out how they detect it now, because i need accounts for advertising..
     
  9. BackY

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    Many legit and already verified accounts have been cloosed lol.
     
  10. thethird

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    A simple check will be to see inside the image header, it contains the time when you taked the picture. An other check is to seek this image in the whole web, if they find a similar, it mean that it's not you. I also guess that they seek the image you upload inside their own databases.
     
  11. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    Of couese, if someone reported that acc is a fake, it is so indeed? Lol, no, i think.

    I wrote that "Was send REAL unique selfie-photo of REAL person". Photo, which is nowhere else. Even if matches are found in other social networks, then this is not a fake, but a real account holder. If I load photo of fake - find similar, i understand. But photos of real people ... WTF???
     
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    That's the only thing they can see.

    Sent in a request is:
    Useragent (which contains your OS and browser version)
    IP-address

    And with some javascript trickery
    WebRTC (facebook video chat uses this)
    Time-zone if your pc time-zone match with your proxy location

    The time-zone thing is unreliable if you are on vacation for example.
     
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  13. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    That is, if my PC and proxy have different time zones, can this be a problem? At the moment the time zone is the same.
     
  14. butlimous

    butlimous Regular Member

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    Did you already have profile pictures on the accounts before you were asked for this verification?
     
  15. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Its also easy to determine a photo-shopped picture. Its always in the properties section of 'shopped pictures, along with the date of modification.
     
  16. Kvelicka1228

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    But there should be a way to bypass verification process, such as changing Device, Ip, MAC ADRESS, USER AGENT..
     
  17. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    Yes, i had.

    If you re-save photo by Paint, for example, this string will empty :)

    Any information can be useful. But I do not think that Facebook can know MAC adress. Most accounts sooner or later face with identification, so i need to know how to successfully PASS it, not only BYBASS.
     
  18. Debian

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    Yes, but the photo will also still show a modified date, which tells other admins that its not the original picture.
     
  19. Kvelicka1228

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    So every time when we get verification message, we should take an unique photo and upload to them? And it could be from any person maybe?
     
  20. gorgona666

    gorgona666 Newbie

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    So what?
    Imagine that you really person, you see identification, make selfie and send it to Facebook. Whats wrong?
    I think that modified data is not important detail.