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My parents' shared account was #stolen. My guess is that #Facebook is officially left open to trial and error #attacks.
The special section in the #url given by #Facebook users for the profile can be used in the login section. In this way, the easy password for my forgetful parents was #stolen by trial and error.
If the #public url had not been accepted, this would not have happened. Anyway, when the same person enters into the #account, he finds the e-mail, and then he enters the e-mail with the same #password.
So both e-mail and #Facebook has captured. I didn't put a telephone #number on top of it because they could request code for facebook like #spam and that's tiring for my elderly parents. The #thief who saw this ties his phone number. So bye bye account.
What I find difficult to understand is why the part in the #facebook url can be used to access the account. The #funny thing is that the person who took over this account is an #Arab.
It enters the account from #abroad. It's a trial and error. In addition, #thief changed the #profile photo to an irrelevant Arabian girl.
On top of that, he started to #share Arabic articles. I can't understand why #facebook didn't freeze this #account. I've been working on it for a #week.
facebook.com/hacked we have reported that our account has been #stolen 2 times through this link, but there is no #answer except the #robot response. #Facebook stingy!
Help uses #ArtificialIntelligence, so it is automatically rejected. We can't get back our #account. While all this happens, this person sees everything in our account, including our #private messages.
I'm really angry and I'm looking for a solution to my problem. If my victimization is not resolved, I will #sue #facebook for not giving real #support with #real #people.
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