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FBHT : Open Source Facebook Hacking Tool

Written by Mubassir patel

FBHT (Facebook Hacking Tool) is an open-source tool written in Python that exploits multiple vulnerabilities on the Facebook platform.

The tool provides:
  • 1) Create accounts
  • 2) Delete all accounts for a given user
  • 3) Send friendship requests (Test Accounts)
  • 4) Accept friendship requests (Test Accounts)
  • 5) Connect all the accounts of the database
  • 6) Link Preview hack (Simple web version)
  • 7) Link Preview hack (Youtube version)
  • 8) Youtube hijack
  • 9) Private message, Link Preview hack (Simple web version)
  • 10) Private message, Link Preview hack (Youtube version)
  • 11) NEW Like flood
  • 12) Publish a post as an App (App Message Spoof)
  • 13) Bypass friendship privacy
  • 14) Bypass friendship privacy with graph support
  • 15) Analyze an existing graph
  • 16) Link to disclosed friendships
  • 17) Print database status
  • 18) Increase logging level globally
  • 19) Set global login (Credentials stored in memory – Danger)
  • 20) Print dead attacks :\'(
  • 21) Send friend request to disclosed friend list from your account
  • 22) Bypass friendship (only .dot without graph integration)
  • 23) Note DDoS attack
  • 24) Old Like Flood (Not working)
  • 25) NEW! SPAM any fanpage inbox
  • 26) Bypass – database support (Beta)
  • 27) Logout all your friends – FB blackout
  • 28) Close the application

Download Link: https://github.com/chinoogawa/fbht

FBHT

Facebook Hacking Tool

Python – -version 2.7.3 (Windows/Linux)

IMPORTS

  • Selenium
  • Matplotlib-1.2.1
  • Networkx-1.8.1
  • Numpy-1.7.1
  • Pygraphviz-1.1
  • Simplejson-3.3.0
  • Mechanize-0.2.5
  • Other: gephi-0.8.2-beta (Graphs software)

Recomendation:

  • Use setuptools for the dependencies

S.O

  • Working on Windows 7 64/32 bits
  • Working on Kali Linux (Yeah, sucks) but probably works on the others (deprecated – read below)

Usage

  • python main.py

Thanks

Thanks to @alepernin for the path handling in linux version.

Set variable path handling according to OS; should work on either Windows, Mac or Linux systems.

Tested on Windows 7, Kali Linux, Debian 7 (Wheezy).

About the author

Mubassir patel

Mubassir is a founder and developer of this site. He is a computer science engineer. He has a very deep interest in ethical hacking, penetration testing, website development and including all technology topic.

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