Today I’m going to show you how you can use the Kali Facebook Password Hacker to make a clone of the original Facebook login page on your host. Basically, when you send someone your IP address, they will see an identical page to the original one: Facebook.com/login.php. Once someone logs into this Clone Login Page, they will send you their credentials.
How many times did you receive so far a link that seemed at least strange, but yet you opened it because you were curious? By opening these links, you might provide hackers with your personal credentials and this is definitely not what you want.
How does the Kali Facebook Password Hacker method work?
One day, you might realize you just got a link from a friend and of course, you are curious to see what that is about. Unfortunately, if not paying attention close enough, you might access a Clone Login Page.
The link actually contains the hacker’s IP address and once you clicked on the link, he gets access to your personal credentials. This works not only for Facebook but also for other kinds of accounts, such as Instagram, your e-mail address or even worse, your bank accounts.
What are the steps a hacker takes to use the Kali Facebook Password Hacker?
In order to hack your Facebook credentials by using the method I am presenting you now, someone first needs the Kali Linux operating system. This one can easily be found online and it comes with a script included.
Once you downloaded the kit, just open the Control Commander.
After writing ‘setoolkit’ here, just hit Enter and the program will start working for you. Then write 1 and just hit enter again.
Once you get here, just write 2 and you will select the Website Attack Vectors, which is what you are interested in because your target is Facebook.
Then click Enter again. The next thing you need to select is the Credential Harvester Attack Method, which in this case is the number 3.
Hit Enter again. Then select is the Site Cloner, which in this case is the number 2.
Once you got here, hit Enter again and then you will need to insert your IP address. This is the main key of the entire hacking process.
In case you do not know your IP address, then you just need to open a new Terminal, write there ‘ifconfig’ and hit Enter. The program will run for you and it will provide you with the IP address you are looking for. Then just go back in the original Commander you were using and insert it here. Hit Enter and then you will be required to insert the link you want to clone.
In this case, the page you are looking to clone is the Facebook page. Copy the Facebook URL and paste it in the Commander.
Once you pasted the URL into the Commander, write /login.php at the end and hit Enter.
Now let’s see what happens next.
I suggest you to use the Bitly website to shorten your IP address. This is the link you will be sending to the person you are targetting.
Once you’ve created the short link, just send it on Messenger to your friend.
This is how your friend will see your message:
Once your friend clicks on the link and enters his Facebook credentials, the Kali Facebook Password Hacker will provide you with the username and password you were looking for.
- download the Kali Linux operating system
- decide what is that you want to do
- follow the steps as the Commander indicates
- shorten your IP address and turn it into a link
- send this link to your friend
- go back in the Commander and you have access to the credentials you are looking
How safe is this hack method to use?
Hackers using this method to get your personal credentials cannot be traced back. Once you clicked on the link they sent you, they are free to play with your username and password. That is why you should be very careful when opening links you are not sure about. If the source is not reliable, then simply do not open the link.
Protect your personal credentials and avoid unpleasant situations
Avoid unpleasant situations by constantly making sure you are protecting your Facebook account. Do not forget to change your password and not allow other people using your accounts. It’s also recommended for you not to click on links you are not sure about or even pages that you might have doubts about. It’s better to prevent than solve 🙂
Thank you for reading this tutorial and stay tuned for the next ones! 🙂