I bet most Facebook users are not aware of what they really know about them.
What if I told you that YOU can visualize it in just 5 minutes?

A story of how I have explored https://facebook.com/dyi programmatically.

I’m gonna show you how to do it yourself, and we will explore my (censored) Facebook data together.

A (pretty censored) version of the data I’m about to show you. Open-Source code at the end of the post.

Some spooky commercials I ran into the other day, related to something that I was, most certainly, for 100%, speaking about in-person around my phone (not new to anyone, but boy! they are insolent) got me thinking what Facebook REALLY knows about me.


Back in 2016, I ran into a post about someone buying ɢoogle.com.
It was used for phishing proposes (notice the first G).
Homographic characters look like ASCII letters, but their encoding is different, in a way that is usually not noticeable for the human eye.

Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. …

Avi Lumelsky

My name is Avi, a security expert and cofounder of Datu. At Datu we are trying to make the online world more human-friendly. https://mydatu.com

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