Yeah, but Facebook is now HTTPS. It's to secure to be hijacked I think.
Oh yeah. Could you disable HTTPS on a router or find out how to decrypt the hijacked cookie?
Well, if I disable HTTPS on a router it could give me just errors saying to fix it. But yeah, I i find out. I'll use Wireshark for stealing the cookies. But I can't steal cookies from the Facebook user because we're not on the same network. Another methods?
Keylogging maybe. Install a trojan onto their device.
you can steal your victim cookies and u can use his account until he is logged in his account