8 Replies to “Facebook Password Finder tools claim to hack into accounts, but are actually worthless”

  1. My husband wants to access his deceased brothers Facebook account.
    We don't want to memorialize it either or close it just yet.
    What can we do?

  2. I neded hellp.For three monts i will married..But i think my boyfriend have other girl.I wanna to hack his facebook.How to do that please hellp me

    1. here are some options

      find a new bloke.
      stop being paranoid.
      learn to type
      learn programming

  3. Thanks for this article, I wanted to hack a facebook troll and it made me realise how many flaws there were i.e. them potentially accessing your passwords. Is there anyway after you've closed the website to see if they have added malware to find your passwords. I never directly installed anything. I did it from a browser.
    Thanks,
    Adam

  4. OK, I was a total idiot and installed it. of course it doesn't work (only trying to retreive passwords saved on the same computer… without luck).
    my question is: it tells you to stop antivirus, and it installs something.
    how can I know where to find that "something" afterwords (in order to erase it)?… any body knows?
    I know I don't deserve help… but it's still better then helping these guys planting malware on my computer…
    thanks…

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