Kartikey Sapra
First of all, I want to say is this is not hacking, this is called "Reverting".

What is Reverting?

Reverting means undoing the effects of one or more edits, which normally results in the page being restored to a version that existed sometime previously.

NOTE: This tutorial is for educational purposes only, I am NOT responsible in any way for how this information is used, use it at your own risk, also you can learn how to get your account back from this.

Ok, let's start:

Step 1: First of all open this link:

My Account Has Been Hacked | Facebook

This will be the form you will be filling out.

NOTE: Be sure you are not logged in.

Step 2: Your email address.

Simple, write your "own" email adress, or the victim you are hacking.

Step 3: Can you send and receive emails from your login email address?

Choose "No".

Step 4: Has the login email address that you normally use to log in to your account been hacked?

Choose "Yes".

Step 5: Has the login email address on your account been changed?

Choose "Yes" again.

Step 6: Full name on the account.

If you already know the full name of the victim you're going to hack, you can write it, if not do the following:

If you still can't find it, then try using those links:

Pipl - Email Search
Lullar Com - Profile Search by Email

or google victim's adress.

If you STILL can't find it, use a little SE(Social Engeneering) try adding the victim as friend, and you will be able to see his full name. :smile:

Since, I got full name of my victim, that's gonna look like this:

Step 7: Email address(es) that may be affiliated with the account.

Write "No".

Step 8: Your contact email address.

Write your email adress where facebook can contact you. Example crazy@gmail.com.

Step 9: Your username (if applicable).

If you have created username, write it there. If you are not sure about your victim, ask him first, if he looks like confused and asking you what's that, then probably he doesn't have one. You can make username by logging your facebook first, going to "Settings" and click "change" on your username. Personally I don't have an username. Many people don't have a username, so write there "none", "don't have" or "no".

Step 10: URL (web address link) to your profile page.

You can find victim's profile page, by searching their email. ogin to your facebook, write their email in the search button and press Enter. After some seconds, it will appear their name, click on it and copy the URL. There are more instruction in the pictures. They look bad but that was the best I could do.

Ok then, write victim's prifle URL, and click the button "Submit".

Step 11: Once you're done and pressed the Submit button a message will appear:
"Thanks, your inquiry has been forwarded to the Facebook Team."

That means, you're done and you have to wait while facebook check up your request and send you email to the email you wrote where they can contact you.

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