Security Researchers Find Alleged Facebook Hacking Service
PandaLabs discovers a service offering to hack any Facebook account for $100. But security researchers say the site is likely a scam.PandaLabs has uncovered an online service offering to hack Facebook accounts for a fee. But would-be customers may find out the joke is on them. According to PandaLabs, the service-which was discovered this week-offers to break into Facebook accounts in exchange for $100. But researchers at Panda have reported they have no evidence that the service actually offers customers any Facebook credentials.
When they visit the site, users are asked to register and provide an ID of the Facebook account they want to compromise, Luis Corrons, technical director of PandaLabs, explained in a blog post. Those who continue on enter the ID and click "Hack It." They are then presented with the user name of the owner of the Facebook account, and can click another button that says, "Start Facebook hacking."