A lot of bad things can be done whenever a hacker gets his hands on your Facebook account. They can post anything they like with you being all helpless to do anything about it. Imagine yourself chilling at home, as your friends start calling nonstop to warn you the inappropriate posts are on your timeline. To avoid all of that, you should take certain precautions while using Facebook, and here are a few.
My account was hacked several weeks ago. The person was able to change my email address to his and he changed my name on my facebook profile and made it his name. All of my friends can see his name under my picture and it is creepy. I tried to report this with no help. I created a new page and now that has been disabled. I know it is tied to the hacking. How can I get around this
You should also avoid fake websites that are made to look like Facebook and could steal your sensitive information. If you enter your login details into such a site, your Facebook account will be hacked in seconds.
This popular sign that you've been hacked is also one of the more annoying ones. When you're getting random browser pop-ups from websites that don't normally generate them, your system has been compromised. I'm constantly amazed by which websites, legitimate and otherwise, can bypass your browser's anti-pop-up mechanisms. It's like battling email spam, but worse.
It's all too common in our industry to conflate social proof and engagement so let me explain the difference. Then I'll show you my favorite trick to \"hack\" social engagement on your Facebook ads so it looks like every ad you run has tons of \"likes.\"
This Facebook ad hack and scam is only getting worse, and it appears like not much is being done about it. For example, Mari Smith, one of the biggest names in the Facebook marketing world, recently shared(Opens in a new tab) that she fell victim to this very same scam too.
No, seriously. On facebook.com/livemap, you can see Facebook live streams happening in real time all over the world. They show up as blue dots on a map you can zoom in and around on (the bigger the dot, the more people are watching). Hold your mouse over a dot for a preview. It could be a makeup tutorial, a local news channel covering a developing story, or someone who just likes talking to random strangers.
Minspy is one of the older names in the cell phone spying, hacking, and monitoring market. This handy tool comes with tons of useful features for both home and business users. Minspy does like to claim to be the most robust monitoring solution ever created. While that may have been true once, we found the spy app to be lacking.
Finally, there's the gray hat crowd, hackers who use their skills to break into systems and networks without permission (just like the black hats). But instead of wreaking criminal havoc, they might report their discovery to the target owner and offer to repair the vulnerability for a small fee.
Other methods are even more sophisticated and don't require manipulating the user into clicking on a bad link. Bluehacking gains access to your phone when it shows up on an unprotected Bluetooth network. It's even possible to mimic a trusted network or cell phone tower to re-route text messages or log-on sessions. And if you leave your unlocked phone unattended in a public space, instead of just stealing it, a hacker can clone it by copying the SIM card, which is like handing over the keys to your castle.
For criminal-minded hackers, business is booming. Ransomware attacks on major businesses have been featured heavily in the news throughout 2021. Some of these have been high-profile, such as the attacks on the Colonial Pipeline, JBS (the world's largest meatpacker), or the large ferry service Steamship Authority. There are a number of ransomware gangs, Ransomware-as-a-Service providers, and types of ransomware out in the wild. You may be familiar with names like Conti, Ryuk, or GandCrab, for example.
A firewall is a software program or piece of hardware that blocks hackers from entering and using your computer. Hackers search the internet the way some telemarketers automatically dial random phone numbers. They send out pings (calls) to thousands of computers and wait for responses. Firewalls prevent your computer from responding to these random calls. A firewall blocks communications to and from sources you don't permit. This is especially important if you have a high-speed internet connection, like DSL or cable.
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Oh yeah I basically got forced out of my home and was homeless for a year because it got so bad. I've been dealing with this for at least 3 years now and I have some clues that might help. I have countless posts on socitoo.. media about it too... I even made a few discrete videos here and there. It has ruined my business, my social life, and alienated me from family and people I thought were my friends... My situation is really bizarre. I am curious about a few factors that maybe if we can compare our situations so we can come up with some answers based on deductive reasoning too. I am compiling a crapload of data and I'm getting ready to get my websites back up and I think I'm going to host them myself but I'm trying to get certified in the fundamentals of arduino because I know that's part of the issue I'm dealing with. Someone created a far reaching a mesh network using BLEand other IOT devices programming them to act as nodes in a client-server relationship which allows them to mitigate cyber security protections via standard routers and the ones with Beamforming or 5G are a whole bother story. Someone also altered my FB app so I would get a broken link with\"Portal\" which I never even heard of until ads started showing up on my FB like a month ago and when I tried to log in from a browser I got a broken link with all of this Apple open source bs... so yeah hit me up and I'll explain more. 3 years you guys.... 153554b96e