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Mahmood Belozerov
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Well its a good advice for protecting the account you have but in face what if you cannot search your phone number, cannot figure what email they change. Its hard for me to retrieve my facebook account if i dont have a clue what will i do.




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Hi,i am a regular user of facebook and suudenly my account was locked and i am trying to confirm my identity to unlocked it but i cant find any option to confirm my identityKindly check my request and respond to my concern as soon as possibleThankyou.


They are all scammers, they will make you pay after which they will give you an excuse asking you to pay more money, they have ripped me of $2000, i promised i was going to expose them. I figured it all out when my colleague took me to Pavel (fggfggo764@gmail.com) He did perfect job, he hacks all accounts ranging from (Emails, Facebook, whatsapp, imo, skype, instagram, Phone cloning, DMV removal, tracking locations, background checks Kik etc. he also hacks cell phones, cell phone tapping and cloning, clears bad driving and criminal records, bank transfers, locates missing individuals e.t.c. You should contact him and please stop using contacts you see on websites to execute jobs for you, you can ask around to find a real hacker.


I followed your steps on how to get into my facebook account. Someone has changed my recovery email and the phone number I have no longer works. But after I hit recover account. It just takes me to questions where. I have to enter the info. That has been changed. So if someone could help please


To further conceal its true motive, the app takes into account the app's installation time such that the suspicious activity doesn't kick in within the first one hour of downloading the app. It also incorporates a randomized delay in between to stay under the radar.


Avast researchers have discovered hacked Facebook business pages spreading a password stealer called Redline Stealer, which is capable of stealing passwords and downloading further malware. The malware is available for purchase on the dark web for about $100 to $150, making it difficult to pinpoint a particular group or person hacking these accounts.


From there, things only got worse. Hogue requested a password reset email, but it was sent to an address belonging to the hacker. The criminals also changed the phone number associated with her account.


Yahoo disclosed that a breach in August 2013 by a group of hackers had compromised 1 billion accounts. In this instance, security questions and answers were also compromised, increasing the risk of identity theft. The breach was first reported by Yahoo while in negotiations to sell itself to Verizon, on December 14, 2016. Yahoo forced all affected users to change passwords and to reenter any unencrypted security questions and answers to re-encrypt them.


In late 2016, Uber learned that two hackers were able to access the names, email addresses, and mobile phone numbers of 57 million users of the Uber app. They also got the driver's license numbers of 600,000 Uber drivers. In addition, the hackers were able to access Uber's GitHub account, where they found Uber's Amazon Web Services credentials.


In an April 3 tweet, Gal said the data, which includes Facebook members' account creation date, bio, birthdate, Facebook IT, full name, location, past location and relationship status, has been made available free to members of a hacking forum.


In a January 14 post, he said an early 2020 vulnerability that exposed the phone numbers linked to every Facebook account had been exploited and that a hacker had advertised a paid bot that would allow users to query the database. Facebook claims the data must have been scraped prior to September 2019, before the vulnerability was addressed.


Subject: Google Drive accounted for the most malware downloads from cloud storage sites in 2021Source: TechRepublic -drive-accounted-for-the-most-malware-downloads-from-cloud-storage-sites-in-2021/


This increased use of cloud applications has naturally excited cybercriminals, who have eagerly abused these apps to deploy malware. For 2021, cloud storage apps accounted for 69% of cloud-based malware downloads, down only slightly from 72% in 2020. These services are ready-made targets for exploitation as attackers can easily create free accounts, upload their infectious payloads and then share malicious documents with potential victims.


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