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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by sanddbox on Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:15 pm
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tyler040496 wrote:i'm sorry, this is getting frustrating, i only want a piece of code. i don't want to save anything to my server, i don't want to collect any information, i don't want to be told i don't understand something that all you have to judge me on is the information i provided to you. in case the word "e-mail" outgrows your mental capacity, i would like to transmit a external message across the internet to myself at the receiving end. i would get pretty scared if Hotmail was saving all my messages to their server. but thank you to all the people who gave a positive input, and to you guys who think your being all smart, no, this is not my strong point as i would never post a question on here if it was, and you think your really smart don't you, going around giving people advice, but if there is someone here, on this forum that can make a post without a cocky remark, and without telling them self that they are intelligent, obviously not intelligent enough to answer my question in the first place as it seems, and crawled out of the way of the general meaning if the post, being a request for knowledge, and realize that in avoiding the question in hand, makes you no more intelligent and computer handy as i, in which i highly doubt. now, if anyone peering over this message with knowledge of such task, could point me in the direction of a tutorial, video tutorial, or in fact post some code into their reply,well that would be splendid. sorry if i'm coming across as rude in this post, but don't people like this just get on your nerves.


If you want to 'transmit a message across the internet', HTML isn't the language to do the job.

Also, you're*

-- Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:17 pm --

Also, hotmail DOES have your messages on their server. I think you need a bit more knowledge before you write angry posts.
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by Bren2010 on Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:20 pm
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tyler040496 wrote:i'm sorry, this is getting frustrating, i only want a piece of code. i don't want to save anything to my server, i don't want to collect any information, i don't want to be told i don't understand something that all you have to judge me on is the information i provided to you. in case the word "e-mail" outgrows your mental capacity, i would like to transmit a external message across the internet to myself at the receiving end. i would get pretty scared if Hotmail was saving all my messages to their server. but thank you to all the people who gave a positive input, and to you guys who think your being all smart, no, this is not my strong point as i would never post a question on here if it was, and you think your really smart don't you, going around giving people advice, but if there is someone here, on this forum that can make a post without a cocky remark, and without telling them self that they are intelligent, obviously not intelligent enough to answer my question in the first place as it seems, and crawled out of the way of the general meaning if the post, being a request for knowledge, and realize that in avoiding the question in hand, makes you no more intelligent and computer handy as i, in which i highly doubt. now, if anyone peering over this message with knowledge of such task, could point me in the direction of a tutorial, video tutorial, or in fact post some code into their reply,well that would be splendid. sorry if i'm coming across as rude in this post, but don't people like this just get on your nerves.


Hotmail does save all your email to their server, it's called archiving . . . Also, having data emailed to you is collecting information . . .

ANYWAY, there is no way to send emails with html (unless you count a mailto link, but that requires the users email program to popup and allow them to send it), and the popup your talking about requires javascript.

Try checking out the Facebook developer center.

Not to be rude, or jump ahead, but why do I have the feeling your trying to use us to execute the part of your phishing scam you don't have the intelligence, or diligence to complete yourself? :|
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by sanddbox on Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:49 pm
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Bren2010 wrote:Not to be rude, or jump ahead, but why do I have the feeling your trying to use us to execute the part of your phishing scam you don't have the intelligence, or diligence to complete yourself? :|


Because he is trying to use us to execute the part of his phishing scam he doesn't have the intelligence or diligence to complete himself.

...Wait, that was rhetorical?
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by Bren2010 on Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:09 pm
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sanddbox wrote:
Bren2010 wrote:Not to be rude, or jump ahead, but why do I have the feeling your trying to use us to execute the part of your phishing scam you don't have the intelligence, or diligence to complete yourself? :|


Because he is trying to use us to execute the part of his phishing scam he doesn't have the intelligence or diligence to complete himself.

...Wait, that was rhetorical?


Lol, I was actually hoping for an answer. :p
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by orwell84 on Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:14 pm
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tyler040496 wrote:i only want a piece of code.

In that case you shouldn't have put the word "hacking" in the title of this post.
tyler040496 wrote:the post, being a request for knowledge

It's not a request for knowledge. You just said that you only wanted a piece of code.
tyler040496 wrote:and you think your really smart don't you, going around giving people advice, but if there is someone here, on this forum that can make a post without a cocky remark, and without telling them self that they are intelligent...

The posts given have not been cocky or condescending. None have even been unhelpful. All they are saying is that you don't necessarily have an intimate knowledge of the topic you're asking a question about--perfectly fine, as you are asking a question, after all, but you seem like you're getting angry just because you were told you had to learn something when you really just wanted some c0d3z.
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by Goatboy on Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:39 pm
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tyler, you are one of the worst kinds of people on the Internet. You come onto a forum designed to help teach, and you expect to be spoon-fed. I use that term lightly, because you really don't even want to be spoon-fed, which assumes swallowing of the food on your part. You want to have an IV drip of "l337 h4x0r 5killz" inserted into you.

We can only base our opinions of you on what you say here. None of us (in all likelihood) have ever met you. Thank <insert non-religion-specific deity here> for that. From what I read in your last post, you are a very frustrated individual who wants to rip people off, but not put in the time and effort to learn even the basics.

People here have spent years researching technologies, writing code, and thinking about these topics on a level you can't begin to understand. And you come in here asking for a handout? How dare you! You might as well walk into Harvard and ask for a degree. And as for insulting us, yea... That's going to get you about as far, well, as far as you are right now.

Now, because I am not a total asshat (that's debatable) I am going to actually help you here. You need to get an old desktop, and convert it into a Linux server. Google "Ubuntu Server" and figure it out. From there, learn enough about Apache to build a simple website, and practice HTML. Once you can build forms easily enough, learn PHP and JavaScript. Build things with them. Simple things at first, until you know how things work. Then go on from there. Using this method, you should get a grip on the concepts on your own time.

Now I don't want to hear another thing out of you unless it's "You're right. Thank you for the information, you've been very helpful."
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by cilpolir on Sat Apr 10, 2010 12:06 pm
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Goatboy wrote:tyler, you are one of the worst kinds of people on the Internet. You come onto a forum designed to help teach, and you expect to be spoon-fed. I use that term lightly, because you really don't even want to be spoon-fed, which assumes swallowing of the food on your part. You want to have an IV drip of "l337 h4x0r 5killz" inserted into you.

I lol'd :lol:
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by circuitboardsushi on Sat Apr 10, 2010 3:02 pm
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http://www.w3schools.com

A great place to learn the basics, and tyler, you need to learn the basics.
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by haha01haha01 on Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:49 am
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Really, if you have physical access to the computer, executing a phishing attack is extremely easy and require only the very basic skills in programming. I can actually think of 4 good ways while typing this, and none of them require coding over 5 lines of php\javascript.

tyler040496 wrote:i'm sorry, this is getting frustrating, i only want a piece of code. i don't want to save anything to my server, i don't want to collect any information, i don't want to be told i don't understand something that all you have to judge me on is the information i provided to you. in case the word "e-mail" outgrows your mental capacity, i would like to transmit a external message across the internet to myself at the receiving end. i would get pretty scared if Hotmail was saving all my messages to their server. but thank you to all the people who gave a positive input, and to you guys who think your being all smart, no, this is not my strong point as i would never post a question on here if it was, and you think your really smart don't you, going around giving people advice, but if there is someone here, on this forum that can make a post without a cocky remark, and without telling them self that they are intelligent, obviously not intelligent enough to answer my question in the first place as it seems, and crawled out of the way of the general meaning if the post, being a request for knowledge, and realize that in avoiding the question in hand, makes you no more intelligent and computer handy as i, in which i highly doubt. now, if anyone peering over this message with knowledge of such task, could point me in the direction of a tutorial, video tutorial, or in fact post some code into their reply,well that would be splendid. sorry if i'm coming across as rude in this post, but don't people like this just get on your nerves.
Allow me to not get mad in case this is a fail trolling attempt.

1. Lets start in the beginning: "i only want a piece of code" <-- this is a site for educating, if you want people to give you a premade code you can try one of the over 9000 "rent a coder" style forums.

2. "i don't want to collect any information" - that's funny, last time I checked the definition of the word "phishing" included collecting information (in case you do not know, e-mails count as information).

3. "i would get pretty scared if Hotmail was saving all my messages to their server" - news flash, Hotmail already are saving all of your messages on their server.

4. all the brag about people being "cocky" - using these forums and getting help from it's members is a privilege, not a right. We helped you (believe me, we did. If you actually knew what are you talking about you would have understood this thread is overflowing with information regarding your question) out of our free will and while knowing we are not receiving anything in return, so you do not have the right to claim that the way we helped you is not okay. Additionally, I will NOT accept the "i am a beginner teach me herp derp" excuse. Can you enter elementary school without knowing at least one language? no, you can't. Although we may be a nice and comfortable environment for newbies to learn and enhance their skills, we will not teach you everything from zero.

5.Programming and especially hacking do not have "tutorials". Every case, web site, exploit, etc. - is a completely new and different concept. We can explain you how phishing works, in general (and we already did, read the thread) but taking this information and finding out how to use it on facebook is something you have to do on your own.
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Re: hacking Facebook accounts with html

Post by msbachman on Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:43 am
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@Tyler,

My two cents is that would not be the way to go about it. There are programs that provide similar functionality without even having to have some elaborate phishing scheme--and I honestly doubt whether or not they wouldn't know something was up, considering the URL bar would likely show them as viewing a local page and obviously not genuine facebook.

That said, you'll have to learn a bit about the tools out there. Since it's obvious to me that you're plotting something malicious I won't even give you a hint on where to look, though it should be easy enough.

Just don't give hacking a bad name. Personally, the worst thing I could imagine pulling on someone else would be a little prank on their website, defacing something, do something unexpected that's easily reversed. That's what brought me into the field, and it's always done playfully with people I know and who will think it's funny.

Likely, what you'd be doing is something of the following: ripping off some innocent person's credentials from facebook, logging in as them, monitoring their messages, deface their wall, post child porn, etc. Or you might just post it to 4chan, call yourself a high-level Anon, and think yourself a leet haxor for using tools and methods which don't even care to understand.

Whoever you're plotting against, on their behalf, leave them alone.
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