TRICK TO HACK A FACEBOOK AND TWITTER ACCOUNT ON WLAN


WARNING: This Tutorial is for Educational
Purpose only!
Do you Browse or Open your Facebook or
Twitter Account Public Wlan either in your
School or Office’s? Am 98.9% sure they
are all unsecured wifi. Then this is the time
that you should think about your Account
Security. If you think that Facebook or Twitter
are secured websites then it’s the time
to face the reality that they are not secured.
Whenever you login into your facebook or
twiiter account check the address bar of your
browser you will see something like http://
www.facebook.com/home.php? Same is the
case with twitter.They use http protocol
instead of secured https protocol, But if you
login into your gmail account you will notice
that it uses https protocol.
So this trick you are reading works only on
websites like Facebook, Twiiter, Flickr but not
on secured websites like Gmail. So here is Trick
to Hack Facebook and Twitter Password on
Wlan and also How to protect yourself from
this Hack. This trick does not require any
programming knowlege.
FOLLOW THIS STEPS
1. You have to Download this File, Unzip it and
Install the Two Files to your PC! Install the
WinPCap , then the Firesheep.
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Click here to download WinPCap and Firesheep
File.
2. Once Installed, it will open a sidebar window
into your Firefox browser. If it does not, Do
this, Click on View » Sidebar »
then click Firesheep.
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3. Now it will show all the people who are
connected to unsecured wifi network.Once they
login into their Facebook or Twitter account
you will get a notification and with a single click
you can login into their account. [You must be
Connected to that same WLan too].
This whole thing work on the Technique of
Cookie Hijacking. Once your session cookie is
hacked then anybody can login into your
Account. These cookies can be easily caputered
on unsecured wifi network.
HOW CAN I PROTECT MYSELF FROM THIS?
The best way to protect yourself from such a
hacking trick is to avoid using your Facebook or
Twitter Accounts on Unsecured WLan Networks
as it is a security lapse from the websites not
on your side.
This Tutorial is for Educational Purpose only!

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