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The code hack facebook  is one of the most searched things for kids at this time. The strange code is 2014-2015, but even now, many people are looking at the code hack facebook  accounts. If you are looking for Facebook code, I will give you this code for free, with an explanation of how the code will be used to hack Facebook.

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In the "Hacker" site there is a topic that speaks in detail about code hack facebook  , you can return to this topic if you want more information about the Facebook account code, but here in this topic I will show you the correct way to use the code hack facebook  , Security, yes dear, because the code that we speak you can pass the password, and this means that you can think any account through this code, without many words let us download the code and see how it used to HACK Facebook. 

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1. Download code hack facebook

In the beginning, you must download the code, so that you can use it with me in the application of the explanation on the browser, so I will not put any links, but I will put the code here directly and you can copy the file and put it in a file, and use at any time you want, on Anyway, this is the code everyone is looking for:

<form method="post" action="/recover/password?u=100007702657756&amp;n=542903" onsubmit="return window.Event &amp;&amp; Event.__inlineSubmit &amp;&amp; Event.__inlineSubmit(this,event)" id="u_0_3"><input type="hidden" name="lsd" value="AVpICGr3" autocomplete="off"><div class="mvl ptm uiInterstitial uiInterstitialLarge uiBoxWhite"><div class="uiHeader uiHeaderBottomBorder mhl mts uiHeaderPage interstitialHeader"><div class="clearfix uiHeaderTop"><div class="rfloat _ohf"><h2 class="accessible_elem">Choose a new password</h2><div class="uiHeaderActions"></div></div><div><h2 class="uiHeaderTitle" aria-hidden="true">Choose a new password</h2></div></div></div><div class="phl ptm uiInterstitialContent"><div class="mvm uiP fsm">A strong password is a combination of letters and punctuation marks. It must be at least 6 characters long.</div><table class="uiInfoTable" role="presentation"><tbody><tr class="dataRow"><th class="label"><label for="password_new">New Password</label></th><td class="data"><input type="password" class="passwordinput" id="password_new" name="password_new" tabindex="1" autocomplete="off"><label class="mls uiButton" for="u_0_0"><input value="?" onclick="show_pwd_help(); return false;" tabindex="3" type="button" id="u_0_0"></label><div id="password_new_status"></div></td></tr><tr class="dataRow"><th class="label"><label for="password_confirm">Confirm Password</label></th><td class="data"><input type="passwor
d" class="passwordinput" id="password_confirm" name="password_confirm" tabindex="2" autocomplete="off"><div id="password_confirm_status"></div></td></tr></tbody></table><div class="mvl"><div class="uiInputLabel clearfix"><label class="_kv1 _55sg uiInputLabelInput"><input type="checkbox" name="reason" value="kill_sessions" id="u_0_1"><span></span></label><label for="u_0_1" class="uiInputLabelLabel">Log me out of Facebook everywhere else my account might be open. (Choose this if a stranger used your account.)</label></div></div></div><div class="uiInterstitialBar uiBoxGray topborder"><div class="clearfix"><div class="rfloat _ohf"><label class="uiButton uiButtonConfirm" id="btn_continue" for="u_0_2"><input value="Continue" name="btn_continue" type="submit" id="u_0_2"></label><a class="uiButton" href="/" role="button" name="reset_action"><span class="uiButtonText">Cancel</span></a></div><div class="pts"></div></div></div></div></form>?

Now you have to copy this code from the blog, or you can delete it in any file you want. However, now let's see the right way to use the Facebook hacking code.

How to use code hack facebook

The way to use Facebook code is much easier than you expect. All you have to do is copy and paste the code in the right place to hack any Facebook account, but you should follow the steps and focus a little while doing these steps. In any case you should follow these very simple steps to hack any Facebook account via the code.

1. Open any browser, and then go to Facebook www.facebook.com.

2. Click "Forgot Account?" In the Facebook site.

3. Now you will be redirected to a page to search your Facebook account. In this step, enter the name, email or even username of the victim, and then click on "Search".

4. Now the account will be recognized after entering the username or email, and now in the next step you will see the rest of the details.

5. As you can see in the picture above, the account has been identified, all you need is to send the password recovery code to your email or phone.

6. And now there is no doubt that the password recovery code has been sent, but this is not important, because we will hack your Facebook account via the code of reasoning.

7. Now click the right mouse button and then choose Check Item, and a page will be opened in this format in your browser.

8. Now you should search on the line <form method = "post and then select it and press the right mouse button and select edite html as shown in the picture below.

9. Now you have to take the code hack facebook , which you have already placed above and then you delete the code in the image and paste the code hack facebook .

Oh really !! Password Forgot your password?

If you think that a Facebook company worth billions of dollars can be thought of by code, unfortunately Facebook can not be hacked by any code, but this is a trick, where the code changes the interface on the browser, and has nothing to do with hacking Facebook? But you can use this method for other purposes, such as joking with friends, but if you really want a way to penetrate Facebook, you can see the following topics:

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Today we will learn how to get a paid netflix account for free and without paying anything by  bin netflix via paypal .
NEW bin netflix via paypal 2018

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Instead of entering the bank card on the netflix we will sign up with a PayPal account
From here, we can buy and subscribe to the sites free of charge.

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Today we will see the method of buying free from the 1and1 site without paying anything,
, This is done by using some fake bank cards
All you have to do to make use of this method is to view video   and download the requirements
 How to get  domaind and hosting 1and1 for free 2018


You can get paid hosting and domain name as well
But sometimes you may have problems with you during the implementation of the method so I advise you to change the IP to an American and put American information such as name, title and address . 

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The malicious Monero mining campaign is spreading fast through ADB.miner to target Android devices.

The IT security researchers at a Chinese information security firm Netlab have revealed that the ADB.miner malware also called Android.CoinMine.15 is spreading at an excessively fast pace. Researchers have noted that its activity is at its peak at the moment with the number of infected devices getting doubled every passing day.

According to their blog post, a majority of these infected devices are smart TVs probably because these devices use ADB (Android Debug Bridge) for uninterrupted internet connections. However, smartphones, set-top boxes, media players, routers, tablets and receivers along with the Android-based single-board computer Raspberry Pi 3 are also potential targets since all of them use network debugging.

This Android Trojan performs Monero cryptocurrency mining and can easily infect other devices; it infects Android devices using an open port 5555 that is used by the ADB. It is distributed via the Droidbot.apk application with the files nohup, sss, and bot.dat, which are installed on an infected host through another infected device.

The sss file is executed using the nohup utility where the file serves as a daemon and extracts other Trojan components from bot.dat. These components include a JSON configuration file, a copy of the droidbot Trojan program and miner applications both for 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. After being launched, droidbot produces a random IP address and attempts to create a connection with the port 5555 through creating an infinite loop, which infects the 
targeted device by exploiting the ADB debugger’s interface.

Additionally, a separate thread is created where a miner application is launched; this application is designed to mine Monero cryptocurrency. Through mining operation, the device’s performance is significantly reduced as it will get overheated and the battery will be drained rapidly.

It must be noted that the ADB debugger is originally disabled in a majority of Android devices but some vendors choose to enable it; it can also be enabled manually by a user and developers also use the debugging mode frequently. Around 8% of the devices have the debugging mode enabled; this means 8% of all the android devices are potentially at risk.

After getting infected, the compromised TV boxes and Android smartphones search networks for other devices having the Internet port 5555 open, which usually is closed but the ADB tool enables it to carry out a series of diagnostic tests. Netlab’s laboratory was scanned by 2,750 unique IPs in the initial 24 hours after the botnet was launched. This is why researchers believe that the malware is spreading at an alarmingly high rate.

“Overall, we think there is a new and active worm targeting Android systems’ ADB debug interface spreading, and this worm has probably infected more than 5,000 devices in just 24 hours. Those infected devices are actively trying to spread malicious code,” wrote the researchers from Netlab.

Monero Mining Malware Infecting Android Smart TVs & Smartphones

Looking for which cyber security certifications you should get your hands on? Here are 5 certifications that will boost your salary in 2018.

In response to the growing need for qualified cybersecurity professionals, salaries are on the rise in 2018. But to break into a rewarding cybersecurity role, you’ll need to prove your skills with industry-recognized certifications.

Certifications build your knowledge and prove to employers you’re as good as you say you are. Whether you’re looking for a new challenge or want to advance in your current role, gaining a new certification is an opportunity to improve your salary.

Using aggregate median salary data from PayScale and Firebrand Training’s insider industry knowledge of IT certifications, we’ve identified five certifications that will boost your salary in 2018.

1. GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC) – $96,000

The entry-level GIAC Security Essentials is designed to prove your knowledge of core cyber security concepts and provide the technical expertise required to work in hands-on roles.

This certification will build your knowledge of networking concepts, defense-in-depth, internet security technologies and Windows/Linux operating system security.

You’ll also be on track to earning a great salary – the average monthly earnings for GSEC holders is $96,000. While it is unlikely that you’ll land this salary with just this entry-level certification, it may demonstrate that GSEC-certified professionals are committed to career development will go on to achieve top cybersecurity roles.

While the GSEC can be achieved through self-study, many professionals will opt for a training program that includes the exam. Otherwise, you’ll need to pay $1,699 to attempt the GIAC Security Essentials exam.

GIAC was founded in 1999 with the aim of validating the skills of information security professionals. The GSEC is just one of a range of certifications that address a broad range of cybersecurity skills, from entry to advanced levels.

2. (ISC)2 CISSP – $107,000

The CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) is aimed at the cybersecurity elite and is a fantastic way to demonstrate your expert knowledge, advance your career and join a worldwide community of cybersecurity professionals.

This certification shows you have what it takes to build and manage an information security programme. As a result, the CISSP certification is highly sought-after by security professionals, especially those aiming for CCISO (Chief Information Security Officer) roles.

To achieve the CISSP, you’ll need at least five years’ cumulative work experience across two or more of the eight CISSP domains – which cover cybersecurity topics like, risk management, software development security, and security operations. You’ll then need to pass an exam to gain the certification.

A major driver for professionals to achieve the CISSP is to improve their marketability. With an average salary of $107,000 for CISSP holders, it’s easy to see why.

3. ISACA CISA – $114,000

Since it was introduced by ISACA in 1978, more than 129,000 professionals have proved their skills with the CISA certification.

Earning the CISA showcases your information security auditing knowledge and demonstrates your ability to assess vulnerabilities, report on compliance and institute security controls within an enterprise.

Achieving the CISA is often seen as mandatory to work as an Information Security Auditor. As security demands create fresh challenges for businesses, employers continue to recognize the credibility provided by the CISA.

4. (ISC)2 CCSP – $117,000

Within two years, 41% of enterprises will be running business-critical IT services in hybrid, public and private clouds, data from Traditional IT revealed.

Because of this greater reliance on cloud technology, the need for professionals with proven cloud skills is increasing.

(ISC)2’s CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional) is one of the leading cloud credentials and is a perfect benchmark for security professionals. A result of the unique partnership between (ISC)2 and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the CCSP is ideal for experienced security professionals looking to move into cloud-focused roles or expand their existing skillset.

By achieving the CCSP, you’ll prove your expert knowledge of cloud application, data, and infrastructure security. You’ll also build your knowledge of cloud compliance, legality and privacy.

This high-level certification builds on knowledge gained through the CISSP. CISSP-holders will be pre-qualified to sit the CCSP exam, otherwise, you’ll need five years of relevant security work experience.

5. ISACA CISM – $122,000

The Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) offered by ISACA is highly-regarded in the cybersecurity industry as a managerial certification that also builds technical knowledge. There’s growing recognition for this expert-level certification, due in no small part to the success of the CISA certification, also offered by ISACA.

This certification is ideal for technical cybersecurity professionals that want to make the move into management and gain recognition of their managerial and communication skills. When preparing to pass the CISM exam, you’ll need to study governance, risk management, incident management and security program development.

While there is some overlap between the CISSP and CISM certifications, the CISSP is more technically focused.

To sit the CISM exam, you’ll need five years of relevant work experience, with a minimum of three years’ information security management experience. However, you will be able to substitute years’ experience with other security certifications, like the CISSP, CISA or GIAC certification.

More Cyber Security Certifications That Pay

With hundreds of cyber security certifications on the market, they couldn’t all be squeezed into this shortlist. That said, we’d like to give some honorable mentions to certifications that didn’t make the top five.

To build knowledge of the tools and techniques used by cybercriminals, consider taking an ethical hacking course and achieving EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker certification. With an average salary of $79,000, this entry-to-intermediate certification is one to consider.

If you’re a networking professional looking to specialize in the security of Cisco certifications, the Cisco CCNA Security is ideal. You’ll prove your ability to develop security infrastructure and vulnerabilities on networks and set yourself up for a $77,000 salary.

5 Proven Cyber Security Certifications That Will Boost Your Salary in 2018

Another day, another Monero ming scam – This one, researchers claim is the biggest and most malicious cryptomining campaign to hit Jenkins CI servers.

Profitable cryptocurrency mining is currently the fad among hackers and cybercriminals. The sad part is that the scam is performed at the expense of innocent users’ computer processors as the mining campaign requires immense space and hardware resources. Usually, we hear about hackers tricking users into entering login credentials in order to compromise the computer and use the processor or some hackers choose to hack exchanges for mining cryptocurrencies.

However, Check Point researchers have identified a new, highly malicious campaign that is being referred to as the biggest mining operations to date. In this campaign, hackers are targeting the famous Java-based open source automation server Jenkins CI servers for deployment of malware. Researchers believe that through a secret mining operation, hackers have managed to mine cryptocurrency worth millions of dollars (approx. $3 million and £2.34m worth of Monero cryptocurrency).

Dubbed as JenkinsMiner, the campaign has the imprint of China all over it. It has been active since last 18 months and it is designed to target different versions of Microsoft Windows. XMRig miner is installed on Windows-based computers to generate cryptocurrency and hackers have now shifted their focus on Jenkins CI server to make more profits. JenkinsMiner is quite similar to RubyMiner because both malware negatively affects servers leading to slowing download times and even resulting in complete Denial of Service or DoS if the attack is strong enough.

The campaign involves sending 2 simultaneous requests to the CLI interface. The crypto miner operator then starts to exploit Jenkins Java deserialization implementation vulnerability, which is classified as a CVE-2017-1000353 vulnerability. It is caused by the absence of a comprehensive process of verifying the serialized object due to which just about any serialized object gets accepted.

After the initiation of first session request, the second crafted request is sent after matching it to the session header. This request contains two key objects, the capability object that informs the server about client capabilities and the command object that contains the Monero miner payload. The injection code then comes into the picture as it enters the Jenkins server at this point. By sending the Start command, the miner is executed and thus, begins the process of cryptocurrency generation.

In this operation, a combo of XMRing miner and a RAT (remote access Trojan) are used for targeting vulnerable computers across the globe. In their blog post, Check Point researchers noted:

“The operation uses a hybridization of a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) and XMRig miner over the past months to target victims around the globe. The miner is capable of running on many platforms and Windows versions, and it seems like most of the victims so far are personal computers.”

It is also observed that with each campaign, the malware undergoes various updates and the mining pool also gets modified. Though this is a well-operated and organized campaign in which many mining-pools are used for generation and collection of cryptocurrency but it is evident that only one wallet is used by the operators for depositing the amount.

It must be noted that RubyMiner malware was also discovered by Check Point’s research team in January. This malware targeted Windows and Linux servers and ran out-dated software for installing the XMRing crypto miners and compromise computers for mining digital currencies.

Hackers made $3M on Jenkins server in one of biggest mining ops ever

Birmingham Crown Court (UK) has jailed a dark web pedophile for 32 years in prison. Matthew Falder, a 29-year-old former geophysics lecturer at the University of Birmingham was arrested in June 2017 from the university campus as a result of a huge and extensive four-year operation conducted by law enforcement authorities including British Police, Europol, FBI and UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).

Falder was charged with several counts including voyeurism, blackmailing and rape of vulnerable victims most of whom were teens. Initially, Falder denied all charges but later admitted to 137 charges including raping 46 of his victims.

Worst, Warped And Sadistic Pedophile

According to investigators, Falder is the worst pedophile they have ever come in contact with. The BBC report about Falder reveals that he forced his victims to perform sexually explicit activities including self-harming and licking toilet seats.

Falder tricked his victims into sending nude photos by posing as a female photographer and promising them for a bright future in the modeling world. He conducted these activities on the Internet for eight long years without ever meeting his victims physically.

However, Falder was part of a dark web ring and online community encouraging physical and emotional torture of children and teens. He also forced his victims to drink their own urine and eat their own feces and dog food. He would then record those activities and take snapshots of it and upload it to the dark web and hurtcore websites where according to BBC he was a registered member with a level of “VIP” and “rapist” for the images he uploaded on those websites.

Hurtcore is a subgenre of pornography which consists of sexual assault rape, pedophilia, and other non-consensual activities. 

At the time of his arrest, authorities found 484 highly explicit images on his computer while the email address he used was encrypted and provided by a Russian encrypted email service. The strong encryption allowed him to evade arrest for four years.

Scott Crabb of US Homeland Security who participated in the operation defined Falder as the worst offender he has ever seen on the Internet. “He is the worst offender I’ve ever seen on the Internet, the worst child exploitation offender but also the worst blackmailer I’ve ever seen on the Internet.”

“You can describe him as a pure monster, something we’ve never seen before is the way he pursues those victims and has no remorse for what he’s put them through is just pure evil, said Crabb.

According to Matthew Long of UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) Falder is “sadistic, manipulating and a very very unpleasant man.”

“He sought out innocent victims on websites like Gumtree, he even targeted victims on the anorexia website,” revealed Rouna Iguyovwe of Crown Prosecution Service.

Lesson For Kids And Parents

As the use of the dark web is increasing, cybercriminals and pedophiles are also getting sophisticated and persistent in their activities. It is highly advised that kids and their parents should avoid uploading their personal images and video clicks on websites including social media platforms to stop criminal elements from using them for malicious purposes. Stay safe online.

Dark Web’s worst pedophile sentenced to 32 years in prison

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