How To View Private Facebook Pictures

If you really want to become the boss of the internet, you need to learn how to view private Facebook pictures. Being one of the biggest social networking sites of all time, Facebook has an unprecedented amount of content amongst its user base; tragically, many users have been making their content private, which means you'd have to be their friend in order to see some truly scandalous pictures. If there's a hot chick on the internet who you simply have to see but don't actually know in real life, learning how to view private Facebook pictures will help you get just a little bit closer. This following code exploit should work on most profiles, but is not guaranteed on every single Facebook profile.

In order to view private Facebook profiles, you're going to need:

  • A Facebook account
  • A computer with an internet connection
  1. Log into your Facebook account. You're going to need to use your account in order to view private Facebook pictures. Don't worry—using this code cannot be traced back to you, and since it doesn't impregnate any computers with viruses, you're not breaching the Terms Of Service. Simply put, this following method of being able to view private Facebook pictures simply exploits a security hole in the website.
  2. Navigate to the profile page of the person you want to see. At this point, copy and paste the following code into the URL bar: "javascript:(function(){CSS.removeClass(document.body,%20'profile_two_columns'); tab_controller.changePage("photos");})()." After doing so, press "Enter" and you should be able to view their private Facebook pictures!

Again, this method is not 100 percent foolproof since Facebook is constantly updating their security. However, this is one of the safest and more reliable ways to view private Facebook pictures without getting your account banned.



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