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Tutorial How to Secure Your Facebook Accounts


Oct 28, 2017
Steps for Securing Facebook Account:
1. Update Password:
The Primary step of how to secure your facebook account is Updating your password for every 1-2 weeks. Never keep your facebook password in a easy predictable way which can be guessed by your surrounding people like keeping your nickname or birthdate or your Girlfriend/Boyfriend`s name etc. I suggest you to have a strong password of mixed alphabets, numbers, symbols containing more than 10digits like john+1298smith or 1298smith*john
And I also like to share one important tip with you is not to have the same password for your Facebook, Gmail, Yahoo bcoz if anyone knows that your facebook password is same as your Mail password, he will also login to your gmail/yahoo and reads all your personal emails.
You must also know that If someone ha*ks your facebook password and gain access to your account then you can get back your facebook account by using the recovery option which is connected to your Gmail/Yahoo, but what if you keep the same password for your Mail account as Fb?
The ha*ker will simply change the Mail account’s password and now you will lose the recovery option as where you will lose your permanent recovery option to your FB account. So that’s why I am suggesting you to have different strong passwords for all of your different accounts.
2. Email:
One of the important steps for how to secure facebook account is Adding Secondary Email ID to your facebook account. This will help you when your profile is ha*ked. Fb will send account recovery information to the secondary email ID also. So I suggest everyone to add your secondary email id.
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So when you add Secondary Email Id, Facebook will ask for Email Confirmation which means you have to to verify the email address by checking the mail at your respective Email Inbox
3. Connecting your Mobile number to Facebook Account:
Connecting your personal mobile number to your facebook account really helps you a lot in securing your facebook account, like when anyone ha*ks your FB account, you will be able to recover your lost account by mobile easily or if your facebook account was temporarily locked you can gain access to it by confirming it with your connected mobile number.
So I suggest everyone to connect their mobile no to their FB account. To connect
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Follow all the steps there by providing country name, carrier and verify your mobile number.
Note: You must notice that for each facebook account, A unique mobile no must be provided which means no two Fb accounts can have a same mobile no.
4. Login Notifications:
Login notifications will help you to get notified when someone else is trying to access your account. It means when anyone is trying to access your FB account from a computer or mobile that you haven’t used before, then facebook will notify you by sending a message to your Email inbox, Mobile inbox.
So, to enable Login notifications to your facebook account,
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Enable both Email and Text message option so that whenever you are away from Computer you will be notified by your mobile at least.
Code Generator or Two Factor Authentication:
You can use this Code Generator in your facebook mobile app to reset your password or to generate Login Approvals security codes.
To enable Code generator on your mobile, follow the instructions as given in the official help center page of facebook by
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5. Trusted Contacts:
Trusted contacts are friends that can securely help you if you ever have trouble accessing your account. Earlier I wrote a clear post about how to enable trusted contacts to your facebook account to get secured and how it will help you to get access to your facebook account when you lost your facebook account.
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6. Trusted Browsers:
By this Trusted browsers feature, You can check which browsers you saved as ones you often use.
One thing I should remind you here is, facebook asks you to save browser when you login. So always save the browser of which you often use in either your home or any trusted place. Why I’m telling you this is because when any suspicious activity is found or any häçker trying to access your account from somewhere else, Facebook will make your account get Temporarily locked. So now facebook will ask the owner of that particular account to get logged in from the previous browser which you often use. It means your Trusted browser will help you to unlock your facebook account at that time.
7. Where You’re Logged In:
The feature Where You’re Logged In helps you to review and manage where you’re currently logged into Facebook. It shows two sessions – ‘Current Session’ and ‘Last Accessed Session’.
This feature helps a lot. When our account gets ha*ked and If we want to know the location from which our FB account was last accessed, you can check by this feature Where You’re Logged In.
All the above steps will protect you for a major extent but you should be careful from ha*kers who trolls you by phishing pages, *********s. You should be careful and never click any suspicious links. Just spend some time over Google, YôùTùbé by searching about how phishing , *********s works and how to stay safe from them.
Some more Personal Tips for you to Secure facebook Account:
1. Never give out your login info to any other Third party sites, Sometimes some people or pages will promise you something like free facebook likes , free followers , free pôkêr chips etc etc. These types of deals are carried out by häçkers. so you must stay away from them. If you’re ever asked to re-enter your password on Facebook (ex: you’re making changes to your account settings) check to make sure the address of the page still has You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. in the URL.
2. Think before you click on any link. Never click suspicious links, even if they come from a friend or a company you know. This includes links sent on Facebook (ex: in a chat or post) or in emails. If one of your friends clicks on spam they could accidentally send you that spam or tag you in a spammy post. You also shouldn’t download things (ex: a .exe file) if you aren’t sure what they are.
3. Log in at You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. only. Sometimes scammers will set up a fake page to look like a Facebook login page [Phishing], hoping to get you to enter your email address and password. Make sure that you check the page’s URL (web address) before you enter your login info. When in doubt, you can always type You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now. into your browser to get back to the real Facebook.
4. Update your browser always. The newest versions of internet browsers have built in security protections. For example, they might be able to warn you if you’re about to go to a suspected phishing site.
5. Run good anti-virus software to protect yourself from viruses and malware
Credits: Tricks99


Malaking tulong talaga 2FA. Parang istorbo lang siya until makaranas ka ng actual häçking attempt. It's always worth the trouble di lang sa facebook but in every sites in general. Di mo masasabi kung kelan magkakaroon ng site breaches, lalo na since kahit malalaking sites tulad ng FB/Yahoo nakaranas na nito. Naalala ko dati langing may login attempt sa yahoo account ko from Vietnam/Brazil. Na-harvest siguro dati yung passwords sa past data breach, pero di sila makalogin since need ng phone verification.
email, mobile # at 2FA lang okay na, it takes 3 sec. lang para mag copy paste dun sa mga nag sasabi na abala ang 2fa.

Remove all apps/website na ginamit mo as "login as facebook" para di ka makaranas ng mga login attempts.

Kahit wala ng AV, di naman yan kelangn, need mo lang maging familiar ng website url, minsan, fb.com, fb.me, or facebook.com to avoid phishing.



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