If you suspect that your Facebook account is compromised, it is recommended to change your password immediately. If you use Facebook as a login to applications such as Spotify or Instagram then you must change the logins. This will stop the hacker from accessing these services via your compromised Facebook account.
A hacked Facebook account can give hackers an abundance of personal information. Hackers could use this information for malicious purposes, like getting credit card numbers, and sending out fake credit card offers or frauds involving phishing. They can also use the compromised account to send spam messages to friends, or even share a status update on your timeline that includes your name (as in the case that you did it yourself).
Hackers are likely to gain access to accounts through exploiting a weakness in the Facebook app code. A bug in the iOS Facebook application allows hackers to hijack cookies, and then steal the “access token” of an iPhone user. These tokens that are digital keys, give them complete control over the user’s Facebook Account, as well as any other websites they visit using their Facebook credentials.
Hackers also have the ability to gain access to accounts by using brute-force attacks. This method involves figuring out a password, often the most frequently used ones like 123456789, or 1234567890. Hackers can also gain access to accounts through magic mp3 tagger keygen scanning compromised credentials. There are many free tools that can be used to search for stolen data, including the popular website HaveIBeenPwned.