Why our Facebook hack is superior

Here are some of the top reasons why you should use Inbuser

Dedicated Servers

While others are utilizing shared servers we're runnign on 24/7 bullet-proof dedicated servers.

Our hack works!

It's funny that we'll have to mention this but there are so many scammers in this world that we have to.

High Success Rate

We're exploiting the Facebook Graph API meaning that we can achieve success rates as high as 91%.

Payment AFTER the account is hacked

We only prompt you to make a payment AFTER we've hacked the desired account. If we fail to hack the account we will tell you in advance.

100% Anonymous

Our hack runs 100% silent meaning that even if we fail to hack the account there'll be no way for the victim to know.

Anonymous third party

We don't sell our service directly. Instead you purchase an unlocking code that you can use on our site. This way, nobody knows what you pay for but yourself.

The hacking process

Below we've outlined the overall process in order to hack an account.
As you see we do the grunt work while you simply input the details.

  • Search for user

    Simply copy and paste the username of the profile you wish to hack
  • Hack

    If you've found the user then simply click "start hacking"
  • Wait

    Wait for our servers to do their work. Time to hack may be anywhere from 3 to 20 minutes so be patient!
  • Buy an unlocking code

    If the hack was successful then purchase an unlocking code and submit it in order to get the username & password.
  • Log in

    Once you got the details you can log in to the account and enjoy the access!

Video Tutorial

Don't quite get it all? Watch our tutorial video!

Hack Account

The Team Behind Inbuser

We're a team of 3 people who run the Inbuser service on our own. The hack is developed and maintained by us exclusively.

Bryan Watz

Website Designer & Founder

I'm 25 years old and not much of a programmer. I can design though and was the one with the idea of an independent Facebook hacker.

Dough Hanson

Primary Backend Developer

I'm the developer of the backend foundation. I also created the original hack before we turned to the Graph API. Keiran maintains the exploit now so I'm mostly managing the server itself now.

Keiran Monroe

Web(Exploit) Developer

I joined the Inbuser team just 1 year ago. My addition to the team was the conversion from the external exploit kit to utilizing the Facebook Graph API.

Inbuser statistics

You might not care but we decided to include some statistics of Inbuser (Updated once per week).

Hacking Success Rate

Server Uptime

Average Server CPU Usage

FB Graph API Consumption

Our Timeline

Below you can view the jorney we've been through for the last 3 years




OAuth Permission Exploitation

We've started looking at the opportunities of OAuth exploitation. If we could come up with a working OAuth exploit we'd be able to hack, not only Facebook but also Google, Twitter, Wordpress (anyone who offers OAuthorization)! It will take time though...



Client Side User Search

We've put the task of searching for users on the client side (through Javascript). This was done to reduce the bandwidth and overall CPU usage of the server. We've seen nothing but great results so far and have yet to find any bugs or other disadvantages of running the user search client side.




Mobile Optimization

Previously www.inbuser.com was quite ugly to look at from a mobile point of view. We decided to do something about this and now our website has an "app feel" when being browsed from a mobile device (or small screen in general). Our website is responsible and this is definitely a great improvement to the user experience.



Tutorial Video

Even though we feel like we've already throughly explained how everything works greatly we still had plenty of users contacting us for support. We've therefore decided to produce a tutorial video showing exactly how to hack a Facebook account. We hope that this will reduce the number of support related emails we receive in the future.



Graph API

It didn't take long for Keiran to put his idea to practice. We've now discarded the external exploits and are running the Graph API exploit exclusively with great success rates!



Keiran has joined Inbuser

Keiran Monroe has join Inbuser. We hope that his previous hacking skills will help us improve our exploits as Dough doesn't really have any hacking experience. Keiran has already shown us a prototype of his version which looks very promising.




Inbuser is using unlocking codes

We now require an unlocking code for each individual hack. The way we keep our site financially viable is by prompting our users to purchase a code before giving them access to the account details. We hope you like our decision!



Inbuser is online!!

We've successfully launched Inbuser, the premium Facebook hacking service. We hope you'll enjoy our site!

In the news

We've only been in the industry for 3 years but we've already been mentioned by plenty of large news agencies.

Contact Us

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Learn to protect your Facebook account

While we provide attackers with the mean to hack Facebook account we'll try to describe how to safeguard your own account below

In case you've been seeing the news recently you witout a doubt know that the majority of online hackers are trying to hack Facebook accounts currently.

FB is huge!

Having just about a billion users throughout the world, the Facebook community as a whole offers cyber criminals a large potential for scamming their way to obtaining accounts owned by other people.

Cyber criminals are always getting better and discovering innovative ways to take advantage of web sites. Having said that this guide describes a few essential guidelines which can keep your account safe for now.

The important thing to bear in mind should be to avoid going to hyperlinks you are not familiar with. Although these links may be from your close friends whom you trust you are unable to know whether they've already been hacked. In the worst case scenario the url is harmful and may ask for your Facebook username and password. Submitting your account information will mail the details straight to the hacker himself. For that reason, always be careful if getting presented with a link you are unfamiliar with.

Not all apps are harmless

Next to not forget would be that applications and games are certainly not always harmless. Facebook features tons of useful and legit Facebook applications and games which users enjoy to use every day, however this enormous volume makes it easy for hackers to trick users into giving access and utilizing Facebook applications that are nothing but scams. Whenever someone asks you to run an application you have not heard of, contact them before you give access to it and ask them whether they really personally use that application and if they actually sent the suggestion. Simply because it looks like that it was sent to you from a friend does not mean it truly was.

The next thing to bear in mind is, always be cautious of e-mail messages which look like they were sent to you from Facebook themselves. Under no circumstances click a URL linking to Facebook that was sent to your inbox through an e mail. Rather, sign in to Facebook directly and then look at your notifications to find out if the thing stated in the e-mail actually occurred. It is a good idea to keep in mind that email is among the most vulnerable methods there is for communicating on-line!

Unknown links

A thing that is being a lot more widespread on Facebook in recent times is unknown links that pop up on your own wall. Simply because a message is shared by your friend doesn't imply you automatically need to trust being risk-free. The profile of your friend could have been taken over by a third party. The right way to investigate if your friend really suggested the link is to call him by phone and ask him.

IF you get hacked

In the terrifying event that you or even your friends account got broken into then make sure to replace the password as fast as possible. Change the password for your e-mail as well so that the hacker can't retrieve the password. By doing so you've got the hacker shut out from the account and again you will be secure.

An excellent practice to remember should be to look at the Facebook profile actions every time you're about to go to bed. Have a glance at the account actions during the day to check out if there is something you did not do. If you discover anything strange then proceed to delete it from your profile.

Friend requests from strangers

In case you have not already, you'll for certain receive friend requests from users who you do not know. The majority will likely be valid requests but some of those may very well be coming from hijackers trying to hack your Facebook account. Generally speaking hardly ever accept friend requests by users you don't recognise. It does not matter how honest or sexy they look. Bear in mind that the person displayed in the profile image isn't necessarily the person owning the user. Below are some things to be aware of:

  1. 1. A hacker will normally send the friend request from a newly created account rather than from his private Facebook account. It is easy to take advantage of this by checking out how old the FB profile contacting you is. When it's a brand new account then simply do not accept the request.
  2. 2. Take a glance at the pictures of the Fb account. Do they appear like the pics of your Facebook contacts or does the person seem like a celebrity? Perhaps the pictures look way too well done and unlike a regular self-taken picture.
  3. 3. You are able to view the wall posts of the Facebook profile too. Which form of things is the account posting on his wall? Is he promoting merchandise or putting up lots of links? If that's the case then use caution if accepting him on Facebook.

We sure hope this will help you keep your profile protected on Facebook.