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The User Agent used might be one parameter too. Having trouble logging in into your Facebook account? This option changes which IP address your request is routed through and we have listed the places which we locate the IPs. Using our web proxy you can now stay connected with your friends on Facebook even at school, college or work where most probably social networking sites are blocked. A very simple and naive algorithm could be: Don't panic at this moment, you can complete them in less than 2 minutes if it's really your account that you are trying to login. Remove page titles Remove page Titles Page titles are the text displayed in the tab of your web browser and at the top of the browser window.

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Please note that using anything other than the default will slow things down a slightly as your request is being routed through an extra server. Remove scripts Remove scripts Scripts are often used to create fancy effects on websites and add increased functionality and features.

The way they work means they can be difficult for the proxy to handle. This means some scripts may request resources directly from your internet connection, not using the proxy and compromising your anonymity. Those concerned about their privacy should enable this option, but be warned that it may break the functionality of a lot of websites.

Remove objects Remove objects This option removes objects such as Flash and Java from the webpages. These objects may make requests to external resources outside of the proxy environment, compromising your anonymity. Enable this option to Remove objects. By submitting this form you agree to abide by our Terms of Use. No referer No referer The referer header yes, it's supposed to be spelled incorrectly! Enabling this option will send a blank referer for all requests.

No user agent No user agent The user agent header contains information about your computer. This is sent for all requests to resources and webpages. Enabling this option means that we will remove your user agent from the request and will replace it with a false but valid one instead.

More information Simply enter the address of the website you wish to access in the bar above and press enter or click "ProxFree". The Facebook proxy forces the use of the mobile website for increased compatibility.

Facebook analyzes the locations from which you use to log in from. Depending on where your new IP is located, Facebook may, or may not, give you access. Remember that it has never been your account in the first place. In the case where Facebook finds the new location suspicious, it will use another mean to validate your identity.

Once you validate that new location, you should be able to connect. I don't know the details of the algorithm that decides whether that new connection should be considered as an abnormal behavior. Several parameters comes to mind, such as the distance between the locations, the time since your last connection, and so on and so forth. Someone logging in in from Russia one hour after logging in from the USA 1 hour before is kinda suspicious.

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Can you login to Facebook through a VPN or a proxy? Slim Shady 31 1 1 7. OK, so I am just an absolute beginner in hacking although I know some PHP but what if a hacker either intentionally or accidentally used the same browser and also the user have never used any cookies except session cookies obviously which will be destroyed when browser is closed and hacked the account, would he succeed without "triggering the alarm"?

And I have used Facebook using different phones and browsers but nothing happened. BenJunior No, because the lack of a cookie is the indicator - when you log into Facebook it sets an identifying cookie, and clearing it makes you no longer identifiable. Yuriko 1 3 Yes, that might be suspicious but do you really think that Facebook checks the previous and the current location every time the user logs in while putting the time interval in consideration, don't you think it would be very hard?

Facebook already stores that approximate location, with the date. I don't think that would be hard at least, with this two parameters.

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