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Does Facebook Have a "Back Door" That Allows Dirty Lawyers to Hack You?



A subscriber has alerted me to what he says is Facebook's "Back Door," and how dirty lawyers (or your ex) can hack your Facebook to insert false post. Below is what he wrote to me, explaining the problem, and then after describing the exact steps to hack Facebook.


I do NOT know if this is true. I have not tried to hack anybody, and I'm not going to. Can anybody confirm or deny that this is correct?


According to subscriber Larry:

The back door gives the hacker full control of the victim’s Facebook and Facebook messenger ... The hacker has their own username and password to the victim’s account.

Larry goes on:

Dirty lawyers are doing dirty tricks ... Changing Group Admin allows someone to spy on your Facebook and Facebook Messenger account delete and change anything and you will never learn how it is happening.

Larry explains:

If someone added themself as Group Admin on your account the only way to tell is to download your information and look for “Changing Group Admin.”

Here are the steps, according to Larry:


On Mac or P.C.
1. Open Facebook
2. Click - Top right corner circle with the arrow pointing down
3. Click - Settings & Privacy
4. Click – Settings
5. Click – Your Facebook Information
6. Click – Download Your Information
7. Click – Deselect All it is on the right side under Create File
8. Scroll all the way down
9. Click – Security and Login Information
10. Scroll back to the top
11. Click – Create File
12. You will get an email when the file is done
13. Click – Download Your Information in the email
14. Click – Available Copies
15. Click – Download
16. Click – Downloads
17. Click – Facebook folder
18. Click - security_and_login_information
19. Click - mobile_devices to see what mobile devices have logged into your account
20. Click - used_ip_addresses
21. Scroll down look for Changing Group Admin
With app
1. Open Facebook
2. Click - Bottom right corner 3 lines
3. Click - Settings & Privacy
4. Click – Settings
5. Scroll down to Your Facebook Information
6. Click – Access Your Information
7. Click – download your information
8. Click – Deselect All
9. Scroll down to Security and Login Information
10. Click – Security and Login Information
11. Scroll all the way down
12. Click – Create File
13. You will get an email when the file is done
14. Click – Download Your Information in the email
15. Click – Available Copies
16. Click – Download
17. Click – Downloads
18. Click – Facebook folder
19. Click - security_and_login_information
20. Click - mobile_devices to see what mobile devices have logged into your account
21. Click - used_ip_addresses
22. Scroll down look for Changing Group Admin
If you have “Changing Group Admin” someone else has full access full control to the account with your name. Changing your password will not do anything. They have their own password to your account.

1 Comment


John Isetroc
John Isetroc
Sep 28, 2022

There are apps that allow a person to alter the text messages and phone records stored on a phone and then neatly destroys any record of it's presence on the phone before self destructing. Essentially they're accepted as evidence, and the veracity is never confirmed. These apps aren't hard to find, and for a 400 to 10k an hr lawyer these things are very easy to obtain.


The family court bases most of it's DVRO railroading in text messages. Best part is, they never actually accept anything as evidence. The judge can just say there was sufficient evidence without any material even being accepted into evidence. Without a statement of decision, you basically have no chance to appeal. The judges…


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