Facebook Hacked: Accepted Friend Request? (All the Info)

Facebook Hacked: Accepted Friend Request?

Someone cannot hack your Facebook account just by having you accept a friend request. Accepting a friend request involves no mechanism that would enable hacking. That said, accepting friend requests opens communication that could be used to try to trick or hack you later.

Facebook Marketplace Lowballers: Why So Many? (All Info)

Facebook Marketplace Lowballers: Why So Many?

There are a lot of lowball offers on Facebook and other marketplaces mostly because the method has a reasonable chance of success. Buyers on these marketplaces can save a lot of money by trying a low offer. The easiest way to deal with them is to stand firm on the price that you have chosen.

EXIF Data on Facebook Photos: How to View? (All the Info)

EXIF Data on Facebook Photos: How to View?

You cannot directly view EXIF data on a Facebook photo. Facebook intentionally removes this data from all uploaded photos in an effort to protect privacy. You can still get some metadata related to the photo by looking at the post’s metadata. Or, you can ask the uploader about the photo directly.

Brute Forcing Facebook Password: How To? (All the Info)

Brute Forcing Facebook Password: How To?

Technically speaking, it is possible for someone to brute force attack a Facebook password.
Practically speaking, it’s probably the very worst way to try to hack a Facebook account. Facebook does employ industry-standard security measures that more or less render brute force attacks meaningless.