Who visits you on Facebook? There are many browser extensions, apps and websites that claim to be able to tell you which of your friends are looking at your Facebook profile.
Unfortunately, none of these extensions, apps, or websites do what they claim.
And to put it differently, at best, the above methods do not work, and in the worst case, it is some malware that will steal your information, or Bitcoins using your browser.
So if you come across an extension that promises you the above, as legally as it may seem, do not install it.
If you already have one of these extensions installed in your browser, it's a good idea to uninstall them directly.
Immediately afterwards, you will need to change your Facebook password and activate sign-in notifications.
As mentioned above there are many websites that claim to help you see who is visiting your profile and how much time has been spent on it. Do not fall into the trap, what they promise is fairy tales, as is the method of searching for the "InitialChatFriendsList" parameter in the Facebook source code.
According to the "revolutionary method" the numbers displayed are the IDs of users who have recently visited your profile.
Once again this is not true.
Although numbers are indeed user IDs, they are not the people who looked at your profile. "InitialChatFriendsList" refers to the people who appear in the chat sidebar on the right side of Facebook.
They are the people you interact with most often. A random person who visits your Facebook page for the first time will definitely not appear on this list.
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