Someone tagged photos of a guy I date and myself to the guy's friends (a woman) wall, but kept the guy blocked from seeing pictures. I did not do this but the guy showed me the girl's wall and my name and profile pic is assigned to this thread:

www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=118836281628587&set=a.118836261628589.19601.100005066 theater.

I tried to break number code apart (what is user id vs photo id vs app id) I am not a computer tech person. I just want to clear my name with guy and find out who broke into my account and caused havoc. This photo referenced I never had in my possession too. Also is there a way to get the hackers ip address. They either made a fake profile or bypassed password (token?) Because I never had to change password after.

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    You should contact Facebook and tell them you believe your account has been hacked. The help pages for hacked accounts are here: facebook.com/help/131719720300233
    – ale
    Feb 15 '13 at 13:27
  • Thanks but that "hacked" section you referred me to wasn't very helpful. I already posted this exact post on facebook developers web section and they referred me to web applications. What I am mainly looking for is someone to decipher this "www.facebook.com?php" text code. User I'd is where. What is a fixed number on this code? I look for certain number of characters but don't know facebook computer language. Thanks for your help. K
    – kimberly
    Feb 15 '13 at 15:33

There isn't anything to crack it's just the link to the photo from the profile (http://www.facebook.com/kimberly.schmitt.14) if that's your profile then it's from your account. If it's not for example your profile is http://www.facebook.com/kimberly.schmitt then someone made a fake account so you should report it.

The photo link can be broken down as follows


fbid=118836281628587 photo object id of the particular photo
118836261628589 album object id that the photo is in
100005066474445 profile/account that the album is from


Under your Security Settings you can expand the Active Sessions row at the bottom of the list to see the locations your account has been accessed from. If you hover over the location, a tooltip should appear with the IP address that it was accessed from.

  • That active sessions didn't help me. Probably because I always check this and delete if I am on my blackberry, pc. Can you decipher this php code for me. As I asked above, where is the fixed number code within above string? This could help me deduce all misc individual photo ident numbers album ident #s or tokens etc. Thanks for your help! :) K
    – kimberly
    Feb 15 '13 at 15:37

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