How can I recover my Gmail account password ?

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Below information is just for education

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Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a step each of us should take to protect our email. Instead of relying solely on the password, those logging in now must complete a second step — or authentication method — to access an email account. In this case, as with most, the second step is an application that provides a single-use code to log in.

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Now, unless a thief has your mobile device, your password is useless when it comes to accessing your Gmail account. Unfortunately, integration with Outlook leaves a lot to be desired. Luckily, there’s a workaround.

There’s not an easy way and, if someone said there is, it’s not a joke.

So, in order to hack a Facebook account you have to use methods such as phishing, keylogging and Social engineering, just to list a few.If you prefer keylogging, the most effective way to do it is to physicaly access its target machine. So, you’ll be able to setup a keylogger there. Or you may send it by e-mail and wait for one to run it, but since most of keyloggers need some configuration before taking actions, it may not work.Well, the point is nothing about hacking is really simple. And if you’re trying to hire a hacker to do that, I can bet you’ll not find one in Quora. That would be too much exposure. And, like Melissa Boile (links to: /profile/Melissa-Boile) (links to: /profile/Melissa-Boile (links to: /profile/Melissa-Boile)) said, Quora it’s not a hacking forum, although you can find some of them around the Internet.Good luck!

Guessing your password. Type in your name, or name/phone number of your mom, dad, sibling, pet, crush, boyfriend, girlfriend, fav. game, date of birth, birthplace, etc.

Watching you type your password. This is quite effective if you are a slow typer or your password is a dictionary word. Suppose I’m watching your keyboard while you’re typing your password and I see that you pressed some key near A-S-D and two-three keys near K-L-O-P and then again some key near A-S-D, I can make a guess that your password is your name – Shilpa.

Gaining access to your phone. Many people have activated their phone numbers. He can take your phone, use the “text code to phone” option and change your password that way.

Gaining access to your e-mail account with which you login to Facebook. He can do that either by guessing your password or using the recovery options (phone / Secret Questions). The secret questions have been made a bit harder now. A few years ago, they used to be like “What do you call your mother?”, “Where were you born?”, etc. If the adversary knows you somewhat, he can answer those questions easily.

Also, if you give your laptop to someone with Facebook logged out, but your e-mail account logged in, he can use the password recovery option.

And then there are Facebook’s Security Questions.

Checking the Saved Passwords in your browser. Even if your E-mail or Facebook passwords aren’t saved there, some others might be. Many people use same or similar passwords for multiple websites.

I believe that the person who’s threatening you is already in your friends list. In this case, the only thing you might be worried about is your Facebook chat with people. If you are paranoid, you can delete your messages. But this isn’t really required. If you take care of all the things I’ve mentioned in this answer, your account should be fine.

I believe that the person who’s threatening you is already in your friends list. In this case, the only thing you might be worried about is your Facebook chat with people. If you are paranoid, you can delete your messages. But this isn’t really required. If you take care of all the things I’ve mentioned in this answer, your account should be fine.

I hope this helps. But anyway, don’t worry so much. It’s just Facebook 🙂

If you remember your email id / alternate email id / having a phone backup, then you can recover by following the steps on clicking the “Forgot your password” option; the detailed steps are also written be others here.

But considering a situation where you do not have access to any of these (email/alternate/phone); in that case, follow these steps to recover:

  1. Recollect your friends-list, whom you’ve added as a friend in your account.
  • [If you don’t remember whom you’ve added, Search your “Full Name Facebook”oncom (links to: http://google.com/) (links to: http://google.com/ (links to: http://google.com/))
  • You will probably get a list of accounts that are possibly there with the same name. Identify your profile and check the friends that you have added in your friend-list. ]

–This is possible only if you’ve allowed everybody to see your friend-list.

  1. Ask them (trusted contacts) to check in yourAboutsection of your profile to uncover your email ID.

-Even this is possible if you’ve allowed/added your friends to access your email.

  1. Once you’ve got your email ID, click on forgot password and use thesecurity question.You apparently must remember that atleast to get back to your account, after which you will be provided a textbox to provide an email address that they can contact to.
  2. Use your current email id and click on the change password mail to move to the page and change your password to something that you can easily remember.
  3. Add your phone as a backup

If you have forgotten your facebook email and password you can use this tool am going to share bellow to retrieve your password. Facebook gives issues to recover password especially if you don’t have the full details of the account. Visit the url below for that.

There’s not an easy way and, if someone said there is, it’s not a joke.

  1. Open Outlook and click on the File tab.

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      3.Double click the account you wish to add 2FA to.

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We’re going to leave this open and move on to step four. Don’t close this window, as we’ll need it in a minute.

 

  1. Log in to your Google accountif necessary, and navigate to the Sign-in & Security page.

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          5. Scroll down to App passwordsand click it.

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          6. Click Select app, and then Otherfrom the dropdown.

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          7.Name the app password and click Generate.In this case, we’re going to call it Outlook.

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            8.Copy the app password and click Done.

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          9.Go back to Outlook and paste the app password into the Password section and click Next.

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          10.Close Outlook and restart.

I hope this helps. But anyway, don’t worry so much. It’s just Facebook 🙂

  1. Also, if you give your laptop to someone with Facebook logged out
  2. but your e-mail account logged in, he can use the password recovery option.
  3. And then there are Facebook’s Security Questions.
  4. Checking the Saved Passwords in your browser. Even if your E-mail or Facebook passwords aren’t saved there, some others might be. Many people use same or similar passwords for multiple websites.

 

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