The following case is sent to me by @ 4v4t4r from Sec-Track.com, it is an online service that deceives users to make them believe that they can hack Facebook and any email service.
It all starts with a form that must be completed with the account you want to hack:
Hack Facebook with one click
Once complete, the super secret page hacking system starts working Facebook Hacking in ProgressNote below the Matrix-style codes that always add a special touch when hacking servers like Facebook's (actually it's just an animated .gif image):
To see where all this ended entered data from a non-existent account using one of those email addresses that expire in a few minutes. That is, the Facebook account that the page was hacking does not exist, however as they are super hackers they hacked her the same:
The supposed password is shown encrypted, which surely has some psychological effect on users who think they are really about to gain access. Now you have to decrypt it and the same page offers a tool for it, you just have to click on the button Decrypt Password:
Finally the account -that doesn't exist- it was already hacked!
But there is one more step, since the use of such a sophisticated tool has its costs, it is necessary to help them keep it online … the plans they offer are two, one unlimited per $ 199 and another cheaper one that costs 90 and allows to hack only one account:
Do people believe this? Unfortunately, although the deception is very evident, there are always people who innocently believe everything they see, especially when it comes to hacking or are desperate to access the account of a friend, boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, etc. .
But this deception does not end here, the site also offers a promotion that allows you to get 90 dollars to hack paying only 5 dollarsfor an e-book. Also an option for those who do not have money and want to work for super hackers, they must download some PDF instructions which indicate how to create a complete Google profile and accounts on Facebook and Twitter. Then these data must be sent to receive the $ 90 of the promotion:
I mention again that it is a fake serviceSo don't get excited thinking you're going to hack accounts with a click or win $ 90. They only steal people's money and create accounts for different services that they then use to spread spam and more scams.
As we can see is a very elaborate deception, I do not want to publish the address of the page because in this kind of articlesthere are always users who do not read and want to test the service believing that it works. But there are several similar pages apparently created by the same scammers, with the published information you can easily google.
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