Want to hack that Facebook account? You're letting the hackers into YOUR account

by John Casaretto
Sept. 1, 2017 4 comments TechGenix Pen Testing & Audits social engineering

If someone offered you a chance to hack one of your friends’ Facebook account, would you grab it? If you answered yes, you may have unwittingly set yourself to be hacked as well. According to Blue Coat Elastica Cloud Threat Labs (BCECTL), cybercriminals are enticing would-be hackers with crimeware-as-a-service (CaaS) by promising hacking privileges but in reality, they are the ones going to be hacked. What happens is the cybercriminals offer CaaS by providing a Google Doc that allegedly contains phishing and hacking tools that the would-be hacker needs to hack their friend’s Facebook account.

http://techgenix.com/hackers-duped

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2flash 8 months ago

This would be stupid from the side of any Facebook user. I like the way this article is raising awareness on the topic.

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Admin n0bz 7 months, 3 weeks ago

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Admin n0bz 7 months, 3 weeks ago

Hacker send a fake email that's why you got hacked
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Alex Young 4 months ago

Bet how can I get into the person account

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