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How to Secure Your Facebook Account

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How to Secure Your Facebook Account

One of the worst nightmares of a frequent facebook user is your account and all your personal data to be robbed. A major concern for the hundreds of millions of members of Facebook is to discover that someone has entered in your account.

In recent years, fortunately, the team of research and development of Facebook has increased the level of account security and fielded some excellent tools to prevent any attacker can hijack your profile. But they are not always effective. To prevent your account could end up in the wrong hands, the first thing to do is to navigate with caution. Here are some tips that you can immediately put into practice.

Some Recent measures taken by Facebook can be very useful. The first move to do is to enable secure browsing: load the login page with the https security protocol so that the sending the data will be encrypted. To activate it, just access the security settings of your profile and enable the first item in the list.

Most of the tricks are simple common sense steps. First do not accept friend requests from unknown or suspicious people. Do not recommend, or open doubtful links even if they are shared by friends. If you got a scam, report it so that it can be stopped as soon as possible. Do not allow the applications if you are not absolutely certain of them, many accounts and personal information are stolen in this way.

The second step to secure your account is to enable notifications of access. In this way, when you connect to an unknown computer or other social device you will identify with some sort of username. Each time you add a new device to the list of the devices identified, sent an email to the email address linked to your Facebook account. In this way, you can keep an eye on what device have been performed the last access to your Facebook account.

The third move is the activation of the approval of access to put a gate to the potential unwanted guests. This is complementary to the notifications and access requires an extra step before you can access from your computer You will have to enter an alphanumeric code that will be sent to the mobile number you have previously authorized.

An interesting security feature is the OTP. The One Time Password is useful for those who need to connect to Facebook from public computers, a temporary password will be sent to you who will be valid for a single entry, and you have to authorize the mobile phone number previously. (TIMExplore.com)

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