Do you want to learn how to hack a Facebook account? If so, then you may be curious on all of the juicy details you can find out on another person or even play a childish prank on them. Whatever the reason is, the good news is that it is possible in many various ways to do it quick, fast, and in a hurry without the original account holder finding out it was you. All you have to do is follow these simple steps to get all of the juicy details that you have been craving:
Things you will need:
- Internet Connection
- Let the person, who's account you want to hack use your computer. This is one of the most easiest ways to hack a Facebook account. The only problem is that you have to know the person. If you know the person do you have a very high success rate to hacking this person's account in no time. If they do not have any interest in signing into Facebook, then perhaps suggest it for them. Try not to be demanding and obvious of your attempt to hack their account.
- Log into the Facebook main page. Before you let the person access your computer, check the "remember" box in the lower, right hand corner under the password text box on Facebook. After you have done this, then make sure that the targeted person signs into their Facebook account. Most people will not pay attention to the checked "remember" box, so you have a high chance of getting away with it. Most computers will automatically save the email address. Be sure to take note of at least the first three letters of the email address.
- Hack the Facebook account. After the person is done using the computer, they will usually sign out, but that would not be a great deal for you if you followed the above steps. All you have to do on your part is wait for them to leave. Start to type the email address they used. Usually you can type the first few letters of the email address and it will appear in the drop down menu. Select the email address that appears to be correct and hit the "tab" key. The password should automatically appear in the password text box. Hit enter and you have successfully hacked and gained access to the person's Facebook account.
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