Newshub18 :How to hacked Twitter ,What precautions should be taken?
The way hackers hack Twitter ID.
1. First download the Twitter Phisher from here.
2. You will get a total of three files inside, respectively
3. Now upload these three files to any web hosting site. E.g.
4. Now send the link of the file called twitter.html to the person you want and ask him to log in. You can write a variety of flattering words to force him to log in. You can also give the link in the form of a message on Twitter, it will be less doubt. Then just the turn of waiting.
5. When he enters his Twitter ID and password on twitter.html, it will be immediately saved on your webhost site called “passes.txt”.
. Now open the “passes.txt” file and you will see the Twitter ID and password of the person you want.
Many people have said in the Facebook hacking tune that people no longer fall into these traps. Although it is very true, so far I have hacked about 10-12 different IDs. I said first that the client has to write a tempting word to click on the trap i.e. the link. So I gave below some examples of flattering words.
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Welcome to you. The popular top tuner Tintin Bhai wants to give you all the moderator responsibilities. He is waiting for you on Facebook / Twitter. You can quickly access Facebook / Twitter by clicking here.
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Be careful what you do
To help keep your account secure, we recommend the following best practices:
Use a strong password that you will not reuse on another website.
Use two-step authentication.
An email and phone number are required to request a link or code to reset a password.
Beware of suspicious links and always make sure you are on twitter.com before entering your login information.
Never give your username and password to third parties who are specifically promising to get you followers, monetize you or verify you.
Make sure your computer software, including your browser, is up-to-date with the latest upgrades and anti-virus software.
Check to see if your account has been compromised.
Create a strong and unique password for your Twitter account. You should also create an equally strong and unique password for the email address you use associated with your Twitter account.
Things to do:
Create a password that is at least 10 characters long. The bigger the better.
Use a combination of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers and symbols.
Use a different password for each website you visit.
Keep your password secure. Consider using password management software to securely store all your login information.
Not to do:
Do not use personal information such as phone number, birthday, etc. in your password.
Don’t use common dictionary words like “password”, “iloveyou” etc.
Do not use a sequence like “abcd1234” or a keyboard sequence like “qwerty”.
Do not reuse passwords across websites The password for your Twitter account should be unique to Twitter
Additionally, you can select password reset protection in your account settings. If you tick this box, you’ll be prompted to enter your email address or phone number, or your email address, and then a phone number to send a password reset link or confirmation code if you ever forget your password, if both are linked to your account.
Use two-step authentication
Two-step authentication is an extra layer of security for your account. Instead of relying solely on passwords, two-step authentication introduces a second test that ensures that you and only you can access your Twitter account. Only those who have access to both your password and your mobile phone (or a security key) will be able to log in to your account.
Read our article on two-step authentication to learn more.
Check if you are on twitter.com
Phishing is when someone tries to trick you into giving out your Twitter username, email address or phone number and password, usually so that they can send unwanted messages from your account. Often, they will try to trick you with a link that leads to a fake login page. Whenever you are asked to enter your twitter password, take a quick look at the URL in your browser’s address bar to make sure you’re on twitter.com. In addition, if you receive a direct message (even from a friend) with a strange URL, we recommend that you do not open the link.
Phishing websites often look like Twitter’s login page, but will actually be a website that is not Twitter. The Twitter domain will always have https://twitter.com/ as the base domain. Here are some examples of Twitter login pages:
If you’re never sure of a login page, go straight to twitter.com and enter your credentials there. .If you think you are a victim of phishing, change your password as soon as possible and see our Compromised Accounts article for additional instructions.
Read more about fake Twitter emails for more information about phishing via email.
Twitter will never ask you to enter your password via email, direct message or reply.
We will never ask you to download anything or sign in to a non-Twitter website. Never open an attachment or install any software from an email that is claimed from us, it is not.
If we suspect that your account has been phishing or hacked, we may reset your password to prevent hackers from abusing your account. In this case, we will email you a twitter.com password reset link.
If you forget your password, you can reset it using this link.
New and suspicious login alerts
.If we detect a suspicious login or when you first log in to your Twitter account from a new device, we’ll send you a push notification via email within the Twitter app or as an additional layer of security for your account. Login alerts are for iOS and Android onlySent after new login via twitter, twitter.com and mobile web.With these warnings, you can verify that you are logged in from the device. If you are not logged in from the device, you should immediately change your Twitter password and follow the steps in the notification to secure your account. Please note that the location listed in the notification is an approximate location derived from the IP address you used to access Twitter, and may differ from your actual location.
Note: You will receive a warning every time you log in to your Twitter account from a disguised browser or browser with cookies disabled.
Email address update alert
Whenever the email address associated with your Twitter account is changed, we will send an email notification to the email address previously used in your account. If your account is compromised, these warnings will help you take steps to regain control of your account.
Evaluate the link on Twitter
Many Twitter users post links using URL abbreviations like bit.ly or TinyURL to create unique, short links that are easy to share on Twitter. However, URL shorteners can obscure the last domain by making it difficult to tell where the link goes.
Some browsers, such as chrome and Firefox, have free plug-ins that will show you extended URLs without having to click on them:
URL extender for Chrome
URL Extender for Firefox
In general, please be careful when clicking on a link. If you click on a link and unexpectedly find yourself on a page that looks like a Twitter login page, don’t enter your username and password. Instead, go to twitter.com and log in directly from the Twitter homepage.
Keep your computer and browser up to date and virus free
Keep your browser and operating system up to date with the latest versions and patches – patches are often released to address specific security threats. Be sure to scan your computer regularly for viruses, spyware and adware.
If you use a public computer, make sure you’re signing out of Twitter after work
Carefully select third party applications
The Twitter platform contains many third-party applications built by external developers that you can use with your Twitter account (s). However, you should be careful before giving access to third party applications to your account.
If you want to give a third party application access to your account, we recommend that you use Twitter’s OAuth method only. OAuth is a secure connection method and you do not need to give your Twitter username and password to third parties. You should be especially careful when you are asked to provide your username and password to an application or website, as you do not need your username and password to allow third party applications to access your account through Oauth. When you are anotherGive someone your username and password, then they have complete control over your account and you need to lock out.