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My facebook account has been hacked.hacker changed my email,password and phone number also.Im using this account from 2010.i didn't make trusted contact settings,yet i asked several times to in total 9 of my friends to get the URLand code,but they didn't get anything.trying to contact FB info@facebook.com here but no help.please help!

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If you havn't made a trusted contact setting then you dont have much to do, but to contact FB support and hope for the best, by providing them with as much information about your accout as possible.

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SOURCE: My email was used to confirm another account,my facebook gone now

Hi. I had a similar problem... it can be fixed! Email facebook and explain what happened. Be patient and persistent.
send email to:
appeals+n0zzvjn@facebook.com
the first email I received back from them (day after I emailed) was generic saying:
"Our records indicate that there is not a disabled account associated with the address you are writing from. If you are referring to another account that has been disabled, please contact us directly from the email address you use to log in to that account..."
Except the email I was using DID belong to my missing account. So I replied with the SAME original message. And detailed what happened to my account.
I received a SECOND response, identical to the first.
I emailed them AGAIN detailing what happened.
FINALLY (about 1 1/2 weeks later) I received this email:
"Hi Chelsey,
Your original account has been reactivated and you should be able to access it now. Sorry for the inconvenience. If you have any further questions, please visit our Help Center at the following address:
http://www.facebook.com/help.php
Thanks for contacting Facebook,
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IT CAN BE RESTORED!!!! :) appeals+n0zzvjn@facebook.com

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SOURCE: Facebook and gmail hacked

i have a solution go to the i forget password option which sent you a comfirmation code to your id open the id copy the comfirmation code and paste it to the box your id is open and you easlly change your password.....

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SOURCE: I cant login FB with my password or email address

it wont let me get on my page it gos straight to password and gos on a differant page

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Hello Ricky,
You have been hacked by someone that goes by many names ace123456 & gavros79@gmail.com but DO NOT write him. You have probably already talked to him/her on facebook, IRC, Yahoo, etc. You have probably been infected with a virus called Subseven.
Troj/Subseven Aliases: Troj/Backdoor-G.
Troj/Sub7
Subseven.backdoor
Category Viruses and Spyware
Type Trojan
Sophos.com can tell you how to remove the virus if you can't get it with the scanners I'm giving you.
Prevalence low. Bad viruses usually have a low prevalence because the coder doesn't want to give away his/her work.
The package contains two or three programs. One of the files should be installed on a "server" machine. Once the server program is installed the client can take control over the infected computer. The client is a powerful "remote administration" tool. It has remote controlling abilities such as the ability to edit the server Windows registry file, flip the screen, change the desktop colors, restart Windows, play sounds, send messages, switch off the display, disable keyboard keys, hide the mouse cursor or the task-bar.
The client can also steal passwords and read keyboard keys pressed on the server since the last boot. The third program in the package is a utility that can be used to configure the server program. It is possible to patch the server with any executable so it looks as if a user received a valid file instead of the trojan. The server configuration program also configures the way the server is "installed". To install itself the server can use the Windows registry file.
It can also change the C:\WINDOWS\WIN.INI or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM.INI files so that the server runs on starting Windows.
GO HERE:
WWW.MALWAREBYTES.ORG AND DOWNLOAD THE FREE VERSION. SAVE TO DESKTOP. IT WILL SHOW UP AS MBAM.exe. BEFORE DOING INSTALLATION,turn off system restore and RENAME mbam.exe TO winlogon.exe Bad viruse look for signatures of anti-virus engines and disable them before they have a chance to defend themselves. Then go here and download Cureit! http://www.freedrweb.com/cureit/?lng=en no need to rename this one. then go here http://www.sophos.com/products/free-tools/free-security-scans.html?utm_source=Non-campaign&utm_medium=Cross-link&utm_campaign=Analyses-SS-promo (you have to fill out a small form to get it). INSTALL, UPDATE, AND RUN FULL SCANS ON ALL 3. DELETE EVERYTHING THEY CATCH AND REBOOT.turn system restore back on and create new restore point.THEN DOWNLOAD NEW ANTIVIRUS. IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO BUY YOU CAN USE AVAST FREE VERSION AND ZONE ALARM FIREWALL FREE. OR YOU CAN SURVIVE FOR MONTHS ON FREE TRIALS OF KASPERSKY, WEBROOT, BITDEFENDER, AVG, AVAST, ETC, ETC. Once you are clean and you have realtime anti-virus downoad Windows Steady State http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=d077a52d-93e9-4b02-bd95-9d770ccdb431&displaylang=en It's only available for XP and Vista and only for another month or so, so get quick...it's free, but BE SURE your copy of Windows is Genuine because you will have to pass the Genuine Advantage Test to get it. If you are going to be on sites like Facebook etc., you need to learn how to protect yourself. Once you've completed these tasks disconnect from the internet and do it again. Install realtime antivirus and firewall before going back online/ You can get a new facebook account either by resetting your password or getting a new email account and opening a new FB acct. How did you know that they used the email ace123456 to access your account? I'd be interested to know.
Good luck
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Try the reset face book password option linked here

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Changed my email but want my old one back


Step 1:
First goto this link. https://www.facebook.com/hacked
Click the button "Your account has been Compromised".

Then type in your email address, Login name , Full Name or your specified Phone No.

Then facebook would search for matching users. If you still don't see your account, try entering something else other than the one you entered.

( for example if you entered your phone number and it didn't work try entering your email or Login name.) Most of the time using your email would be the wisest choice.)

And hit Search. :)

Step 2:
Well now the kind of difficult part begins. But I don't think it would be for you.

Now for this step you got to enter your account's password. Well if you knew the password you won't be here anyway, cause you don't know your new password the Hacker's changed, enter your old password. The password that you use, to enter into your account before you got HACKED

Step 3:
Then cause you entered an old actually now wrong password this page will come up.
Well no need to be down yet. Just click the reset my password button.

Step 4:
Your primary email would be changed so well of course you don't want to send your reset your password link to the hacker's account so, Click "no longer have access to these?" link.

Step 5:
Well now you almost got your account back.
Now write your new email address that you want to send the change password link as well set as your primary email.

Step 6:
Well now, follow the next steps and you would have your account back in 24 hours.


I hope this helps to answer your question! Thanks. Someone deleted my email from my old account and want to get

Apr 16, 2016 | Facebook Apps

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Be aware of hackers


I want to alert you all about hackers ready to hack email ids . Daily many email ids are hacked . Daily . In the same way , someone from New York hacked my Gmail account . Be aware of hackers .
To prevent hacking of your account , use the followig tips :

1. Insert your email id only in trusted website
This is to prevent hackers know your email id . It can be that the website in which you are entering your email id belongs to a hacker . If it is so , then your account password would be easily hacked . It is not that only Gmail account can be hacked . Anyone can very easily hack the password of any account , no matter it is a Gmail account or Yahoo or Hotmail or any other account . So it would be better and safe to enter your email id only on trusted websites .

2. Change your password at regular period of time
Changing the password can sometimes prevent your account from getting hacked . If a person anyhow gets your password and at that same time you can it , then the hacker would be unable to open your account . It can only happen only with some people .

3. Never neglect warnings and alerts
On Gmail , if a person with a different IP address logges in to your acount , then it shows a warning message on the empty space on the top . If any such warning message is shown , then instead of neglecting it , prform the following steps :
1. Click on the "Show info" link near the message .
2. Note down the IP address of the hacker and change the password or delete the account immediately . I reccommend you to delete the account .

4. Delete unneeded email account
If you have email accounts more than needed then delete those accounts . To see those steps , read my next tip on FixYa.com

If your account has been logged in by this IP address , then mail me to get information about it :
8.22.161.217

You can also get information about any IP address on Arin WHOIS Database Search website :
http://ws.arin.net/

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Can't log in. I was hacked.


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Oct 20, 2015 | Facebook Social Network

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Help me recover my Facebook account. Got a new phone and it keeps wanting me to open another account. I just want my account that I use all the time. Please help me.




How do I recover my hacked Facebook account?
Facebook account hacks are unfortunately common. I'll look at the process Facebook takes you through to recovery a hacked Facebook account.
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My Facebook account has been hacked! How do I get it back?
Unfortunately with the popularity of Facebook comes the popularity and frequency of Facebook accounts getting hacked or stolen.
I need to be clear from the start: I can't guarantee you'll get it back. Much depends on whether or not you set up recovery options before you lost it, and whether or not you kept those options up-to-date.
Let's walk through the process.

Recovery
Underneath the password field of the Facebook login is a link:
Facebook Can't Login Link
It may say "Can't log in", "Forgot your password?" or something similar. Click that.
You may then be asked to "Find Your Account":
Facebook Find Your Account
The best thing to enter here is the email address that you normally use to log in. If, for some reason, that doesn't locate your account, the hacker may have deleted the account or changed the email addresses associated with it. Try entering the phone number you previously associated with the account, or your full name as you previously entered into your Facebook profile.
Assuming you can identify your account successfully, you'll then be asked why you can't login:
Facebook Asking Why
Since we're talking about hacked accounts, select that and click on Continue.
The first option presented is simply a password reset link:
Facebook Reset Password Option
As you can see, that's the only option I have available with this account at this time. So I'll click Continue. (If you have additional email accounts associated with your Facebook account, the password reset link will be sent to all of them. If you have a mobile number associated with your account you may be given the option to use a text message instead. In both of these cases the additional account or mobile number must be set up before you need it, while you have access to your account.)
Facebook then presents this page:
Facebook Enter Code Page
and also sends a message to the listed email address:
Facebook Reset Password Code
After entering the code Facebook presents the option to select a new password:
Facebook New Password Entry Form
Enter the new password twice and click Continue.
You now have control of your account once again.
Secure
Since your account was hacked, Facebook will now take you through some extra steps to secure the account from future threats.
Facebook Secure Your Account
Do not skip this step! This will look at the common changes hackers make, help you recover, and help you prevent this from happening again.
First, Facebook will verify the email address(es) associated with your account:
Facebook Validating Email addresses
Make sure to check the email address(es) that are correct and to which you have access. Leave the others unchecked, and click Continue.
Facebook then reviews your email account password status:
Facebook Email Password
This is not your Facebook password. This message is asking if you are certain that you are the only person who knows the password to your email account. Anyone who can access your email by virtue of knowing your email account password can, in turn, access your Facebook account.
Once you are certain that your email account is secure, check the box and click Continue. If you are not certain, open another browser window and go change the password to your email account, and take whatever other steps are necessary to secure it first.
Facebook makes a couple of additional recommendations:
Facebook More Security
Login approvals use techniques such as SMS messages and automated voice to give you a confirmation code prior to letting you log in. You can bypass this on computers into which you log in frequently. A potential hacker would be unable to log in because they would not have the phone associated with your number.
A verified mobile number is a way to reset your password and recover the account should you lose access to your email account.
And finally Facebook suggests you review your recent activity to undo anything that the hacker might have done while having control of your account:
Facebook Activity Review Suggestion
Naturally I recommend you take a few minutes and do this now as well.
But what if...
The scenario above represents the best case scenario: you still have access to the email account associated with your Facebook account.
But what if you don't?
The sad truth is you may never get your Facebook account back.
If you no longer have access to the email account associated with your Facebook account
and you never set up additional email accounts associated with your Facebook account
and you never set up a mobile phone associated with your Facebook account
and you never set up Facebook's "Trusted Contacts" to help should your account be lost
AND your account is hacked or you lose your password...
THEN you cannot prove to Facebook that you have any right to access that account.
Facebook will not give it back to you, simply because they have no way to know that you're not just another hacker trying to steal the account.
As you proceed through the recovery process, make sure to read all instructions that Facebook gives you completely. On several of the items there's a "I don't have access to this any more" link that may take you to additional options that perhaps you can use. If you can't, however, you may be out of luck.

Feb 03, 2015 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Logini have had my facebook account hacked and i need a new account a.s.a.p


An account on a social networking website such as Facebook can be a prime target for hackers. If you have lost access to your Facebook account because it has been hacked, your first priority is to regain access to the account before the hacker can send messages to your friends that could result in their accounts being compromised as well.

Facebook provides tools that you can use to recover a compromised account, based on whether or not your personal email account has been hacked as well.If You Can Access Your Email

1. Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.

Click the link after Step 1 on the page.

2. Click the link after Step 1 on the new page to begin the process of resetting your Facebook password.

Click in the box under "Enter Your Facebook Username," and type the name that you use when logging in to Facebook.

Alternatively, use the first box to enter the email address or phone number associated with your account.
Click the "Search" button.

A security check window appears.
Type the words that appear on the screen, and then click "Submit."

Click the "Reset Password" button.

Facebook sends an email to the address linked to your account.
The email address is displayed on the screen.

If the email address displayed is not your own, it means that the hacker who compromised your account changed the email address associated with it. If this is the case, follow the steps in the section "If You Cannot Access Your Email."

Check your email address for a message titled "Facebook Password Reset Confirmation."
Open the email and click the link contained within.

The Web browser navigates to the Facebook password reset page.

Type the password that you would like to use for your Facebook account, and then type it a second time to confirm that you entered it correctly.

Click "Change Password" to log in to the account.

If You Cannot Access Your Email

Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.

Click the link after Step 2 on the page.

Click the first link on the new page if your email account has been hacked and you no longer have access to it, or click the second link if you followed the steps in the section.
"If You Can Access Your Email" and the email address displayed was not your own.

Type the phone number or username of your Facebook account, and then click "Search."
If you are unable to get a match, type your name plus the name of one of your Facebook friends.

Type the words displayed in the security check box, and then click "Submit."
This brings you to a Web form titled "My Account Has Been Compromised."

Fill in the information requested on the form, including your Facebook username, your name, any email addresses associated with the account, your own email address and a description of the problem.

Click "Submit."
This sends a message to Facebook notifying its support staff that your account has been compromised.

Before unlocking your account, a member of the Facebook staff will contact you to confirm your identity.

Jan 01, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Someone broke into my account and contact
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Someone broke into my account contact and closed the cuenta.que can do?, To recover it.
An account on a social networking website such as Facebook can be a prime target for hackers. If you have lost access to your Facebook account because it has been hacked, your first priority is to regain access to the account before the hacker can send messages to your friends that could result in their accounts being compromised as well.
Facebook provides tools that you can use to recover a compromised account, based on whether or not your personal email account has been hacked as well.If You Can Access Your Email
1. Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.
Click the link after Step 1 on the page.
2. Click the link after Step 1 on the new page to begin the process of resetting your Facebook password.

Click in the box under "Enter Your Facebook Username," and type the name that you use when logging in to Facebook.
Alternatively, use the first box to enter the email address or phone number associated with your account.
Click the "Search" button.
A security check window appears.
Type the words that appear on the screen, and then click "Submit."
Click the "Reset Password" button.
Facebook sends an email to the address linked to your account.
The email address is displayed on the screen.
If the email address displayed is not your own, it means that the hacker who compromised your account changed the email address associated with it. If this is the case, follow the steps in the section "If You Cannot Access Your Email."
Check your email address for a message titled "Facebook Password Reset Confirmation."
Open the email and click the link contained within.
The Web browser navigates to the Facebook password reset page.
Type the password that you would like to use for your Facebook account, and then type it a second time to confirm that you entered it correctly.
Click "Change Password" to log in to the account.
If You Cannot Access Your Email
Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.
Click the link after Step 2 on the page.
Click the first link on the new page if your email account has been hacked and you no longer have access to it, or click the second link if you followed the steps in the section.
"If You Can Access Your Email" and the email address displayed was not your own.
Type the phone number or username of your Facebook account, and then click "Search."
If you are unable to get a match, type your name plus the name of one of your Facebook friends.
Type the words displayed in the security check box, and then click "Submit."
This brings you to a Web form titled "My Account Has Been Compromised."
Fill in the information requested on the form, including your Facebook username, your name, any email addresses associated with the account, your own email address and a description of the problem.
Click "Submit."
This sends a message to Facebook notifying its support staff that your account has been compromised.
Before unlocking your account, a member of the Facebook staff will contact you to confirm your identity.

Facebook account compromisedhttp://www.facebook.com/help/?page=1011

Aug 18, 2013 | Facebook Social Network

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Please Verify Your Identity


Your Facebook account might have been compromised.
An account on a social networking website such as Facebook can be a prime target for hackers. If you have lost access to your Facebook account because it has been hacked, your first priority is to regain access to the account before the hacker can send messages to your friends that could result in their accounts being compromised as well.
Facebook provides tools that you can use to recover a compromised account, based on whether or not your personal email account has been hacked as well.If You Can Access Your Email
1. Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.
Click the link after Step 1 on the page.

2. Click the link after Step 1 on the new page to begin the process of resetting your Facebook password.

Click in the box under "Enter Your Facebook Username," and type the name that you use when logging in to Facebook.
Alternatively, use the first box to enter the email address or phone number associated with your account.
Click the "Search" button.
A security check window appears.
Type the words that appear on the screen, and then click "Submit."


Click the "Reset Password" button.
Facebook sends an email to the address linked to your account.
The email address is displayed on the screen.
If the email address displayed is not your own, it means that the hacker who compromised your account changed the email address associated with it. If this is the case, follow the steps in the section "If You Cannot Access Your Email."


Check your email address for a message titled "Facebook Password Reset Confirmation."
Open the email and click the link contained within.
The Web browser navigates to the Facebook password reset page.


Type the password that you would like to use for your Facebook account, and then type it a second time to confirm that you entered it correctly.
Click "Change Password" to log in to the account.

If You Cannot Access Your Email

Open a Web browser and navigate to the Facebook account recovery page using the Resource link.
Click the link after Step 2 on the page.


Click the first link on the new page if your email account has been hacked and you no longer have access to it, or click the second link if you followed the steps in the section.
"If You Can Access Your Email" and the email address displayed was not your own.


Type the phone number or username of your Facebook account, and then click "Search."
If you are unable to get a match, type your name plus the name of one of your Facebook friends.
Type the words displayed in the security check box, and then click "Submit."
This brings you to a Web form titled "My Account Has Been Compromised."


Fill in the information requested on the form, including your Facebook username, your name, any email addresses associated with the account, your own email address and a description of the problem.
Click "Submit."
This sends a message to Facebook notifying its support staff that your account has been compromised.
Before unlocking your account, a member of the Facebook staff will contact you to confirm your identity.


Facebook account compromisedhttp://www.facebook.com/help/?page=1011

Aug 13, 2013 | Facebook Social Network

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Hi, someone has hacked my account, i tryed to reset pswd but it said ive reached amount of reset, so i cant acces to my account help me, facebook doesnt have any phone number or email contact wich i can...


Hi.

If you changed already the password, then it is unlikely an hacker. When the account is hacked, the hacker discovers your password, and use a regular login that can be performed by a person or by a software.
If the password gets changed, the hacker will loose access, at least for a while.
If you keep getting the problem after changing the password, then it may be a virus.

Click here and follow the steps in Facebook help.

Mar 19, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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My account has bin hack now i cant log on


Goto Facebook's Password Recovery Page. You can then recover the password by entering one of the three following pieces of information.
  1. EMaill address
  2. Phone number
  3. Facebook Username
  4. Both your name and a friend's name.
It's possible the hacker changed the email address, So Facebook might not be able to email you a new password. The same goes for your phone number. But I doubt they changed your user name. And they likely didn't delete all your friends.
try the first option than work your way down. Once you get back into your account reset your password. make sure to use a strong password. You can learn more about strong passwords here.

Feb 20, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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