If, you really think that someone might have actually logged in to your Facebook account and manipulated your account. In case, you’ve noticed some suspicious activity on your Facebook account- messages you never sent, Wall posts you never published, or Notifications you never checked. Then, there is a high possibility that someone might have logged into your Facebook Login account.
Since, the hacker or the anonymous user of your facebook account can access your account with the unique username (www.facebook.com/username) to login, all they would then need is your password to access your Facebook account. But, luckily Facebook recognizes this hacking possibility and has implemented some security tools within your facebook security settings to ease your worries and help you keep track of any hacking suspicion on your account. So, here how you get started in case of potential facebook.
Secure Facebook Login
To get started, head to “Account Settings” then to “Security“. Then, follow these below given three easy steps to ensure that your account is being used only by you :
1. Keep Login Notifications Tab on :
To keep tabs on who is logging in, enable Login Notifications within your security settings. Each time someone actually logs into your Facebook Account from an unrecognized computer or mobile device, Facebook will auto-generate you an alert via text message or e-mail. With the following information shown in the picture below, through which you can end any other session that is being run (see No.3) and then change your password.
2. Enable log-in approvals:
Log-in approvals, “a two step log in option“, this gives you the maximum level of security with very minimum cahnce of a hacker getting access to your Facebook Account.
This facebook security system will ask you to enter a security code that’s sent to your phone. When anyone, except you would try to login to your facebook login account.
3. End any suspicious activity:
To, exactly see where your Facebook Account is being logged in. Head to “Active Sessions“. You’ll see your current session listed at the top and logins on other systems below.
If, any of those log-ins look suspicious to you, click on “End Activity” button and “change your password”.
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