How to recover my Facebook account without using email id
Facebook will not email you your password. If they are properly protected, they cannot do it.
There are two approaches to trying: the official way, and not the official way. Even if you do not use it in a non-official way, you should know about it, because it represents a potential security threat.
Process of Facebook account recovery without email:
Click the “hamburger” menu on the right side of the Firefox toolbar and then click Options or Preferences, depending on your version. Use the search box to find “password” in the resulting page, and when it appears, click on the saved login
This will open the window that lists all the sites where Firefox has saved your password. Click Show password.
The Saved passwords dialog box is updated with additional columns – actual password – visible to everyone to see. Naturally, I have blurred my password here, but in fact, it is clear as of the day. All of you believe that you have allowed your browser to save your passwords for you. If you have not saved then this technique is not worked.
If your browser can show you your password:
1. Go ahead and feel comfortable if you were able to recover your Facebook password in this way.
2. Be very afraid, very much.
If you allow your browser to save passwords, then anybody who accesses your machine can do anything: Use this technique to find all your saved passwords. This is one of the reasons I do not recommend remembering your browser password. If you feel that you need it, make sure your machine is always safe.
How to recover facbook acocunt without email
1) Via phone, if you set up two factor authentication via a phone number.
(2) If you are logged in of course it is easy enough to add a temporary email address and use that to recover the password.
If you are locked out and have neither phone nor email the situation is more problematic.
(3) Several years ago I was able to recover an account through a FB process in which it queried me to identify various friends and perhaps other variables. I would not be surprised if they no longer do that.
(4) So the next best approach is to contact Facebook, ideally by phone, and negotiate their authentication methods.
(5) Another method, assuming you have your own computer and have logged into FB on that computer, is to use software that will recover old passwords. There is plenty of forensic software you can purchase, but I have used Dashlane free or trial version and found to my surprise that it uncovered old passords on my old laptop for old accounts that I had not used in ages. The passwords still worked. So you can try Dashlane or other data recovery, forensic or password management software.
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