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Urgent for help! How does facebook trace/identify us?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by edwin062029, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. edwin062029

    edwin062029 Newbie

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    First of all, sorry for my bad English :tape: im new to blackhat and i found out people here are so helpful and professional in this field, i started to love here :heart: :panyway i really need to know how Facebook trace and identify a user even when this user reset their IP constantly and clear cookies as well as private browsing, etc and also how to hide our self from that. i found out that even doing all of this, FB also able to trace us,maybe by Mac Address? Windows Serial? Registry? this can be told when we creating multiple facebook accounts. no matter i reset new IP or clear browser cookies, fb still can trace me and give the god damn roadblock. but my purpose is not opening accounts i don't need them, by knowing how FB trace me, it can greatly reduce my risk of getting blocked when i tag a photo(im a retailer who use a lot photo Tagging functions).

    Im really looking forward masters here can help me out in this, I BEG FOR YOUR HELPS! i spent almost a weeks to research for this but i couldn't find much helpful tips.
    if i keep on failing to find an answer here, i think ill end up closing my business... and find another job....:frown:
    anyway thanks for you guys time, god bless everyone here.
     
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  2. toptoptop

    toptoptop BANNED BANNED

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    I don't really now but maybe browser fingerprinting?
    Anyway it's not related to MAC address :)

    Try installing a clean Windows system on VMWare, use private proxy.
     
  3. silentthunder

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    Not exactly sure either but its supposedly to the most intrusive extent of that of any online entity so far. So much so that the FBI (U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation), of all people, issued Facebook a warning earlier this year about their practices.

    One of several examples is that people being hired for a job can have their Facebook profile be a factor in whether they're hired or fired after being hired.

    Supposedly they have the largest online database of the largest number of surfers in existence and they follow you from site to site way more than Myspace, Amazon or Twitter do for instance.
     
  4. edwin062029

    edwin062029 Newbie

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    thanks for your advice toptoptop, i will give it a try later. :)

    anyway does anyone know how FB detect/identify a user other than IP and Browser Cookies? please....
     
  5. edwin062029

    edwin062029 Newbie

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    Thanks Silent i so much agree with you! beside that do you recommend any method or moves that i can most possibly avoid or prevent FB from tracing us for the best?
     
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  6. silentthunder

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    I suggest not using a personal Facebook site and using proxies when using them for business. If you have a personal site delete every photo individually and then deleting the profile instead of just deleting profile.