Facebook knows more about you than you think – and this website proves that.

DigitalShadow.com, a website promoting the upcoming Ubisoft game “Watch Dogs,” is doing a good job scaring social media users.

Give the site permission to access your Facebook profile, and the site will return a full report, which shows who you care about, what makes you tick, photos of places you hang out, how much money you make and more.

The results can be alarmingly accurate, depending on a user’s Facebook privacy settings.

According to the website, algorithms can predict interests, desires and even fantasies.

“You go about your life unaware of the Digital Shadow you cast,” the website warns.

As a marketing stunt for a new spy video game, the website provides information as if the user was the target of a hacker or assassin.

The site shows which friends would be most likely to turn on you during an attack, and which you would most likely sacrifice to save yourself.

Depending on creativity, the site may even guess your password.

It appears “Digital Shadow” stays true to the video game’s premise to “explore the impact of technology within our society,” according to a news release.

The game will be released for PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS on May 27.

But until then, enjoy discovering how much (or how little) privacy you really have on social media.