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There's an active facebook exploit based on timezones that allows a person to take full control over any account. The site will accept any session key within the 23rd hour of the UTC-3 timezone, so you'll have to calculate it to yours. What you do is set the facebook url variables, "id" to the profile you want to control and set "key" to "-1".

An example would be:

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=741132354&key=-1

Alternatively, using url name:

http://www.facebook.com/eduulife?key=-1

The exploit comes from a faulty php function that converts the unix timestamp from 32-bit into 64-bit. Developers have yet to find a solution.

Sorry to say but you guys who posted your facebook urls are screwed.

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There's an active facebook exploit based on timezones that allows a person to take full control over any account. The site will accept any session key within the 23rd hour of the UTC-3 timezone, so you'll have to calculate it to yours. What you do is set the facebook url variables, "id" to the profile you want to control and set "key" to "-1".

An example would be:

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=741132354&key=-1

Alternatively, using url name:

http://www.facebook.com/eduulife?key=-1

The exploit comes from a faulty php function that converts the unix timestamp from 32-bit into 64-bit. Developers have yet to find a solution.

Sorry to say but you guys who posted your facebook urls are screwed.

Lollllll :love

I'll keep this in mind if I ever find ur fb firippu~

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There's an active facebook exploit based on timezones that allows a person to take full control over any account. The site will accept any session key within the 23rd hour of the UTC-3 timezone, so you'll have to calculate it to yours. What you do is set the facebook url variables, "id" to the profile you want to control and set "key" to "-1".

An example would be:

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=741132354&key=-1

Alternatively, using url name:

http://www.facebook.com/eduulife?key=-1

The exploit comes from a faulty php function that converts the unix timestamp from 32-bit into 64-bit. Developers have yet to find a solution.

Sorry to say but you guys who posted your facebook urls are screwed.

Lollllll :love

I'll keep this in mind if I ever find ur fb firippu~

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lol hes trolling u guys

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Does that mean you tried it??!

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lol hes trolling u guys

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Does that mean you tried it??!

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