Top 7 ways to Protect Your Facebook Account
Top 7 Ways To Protect Your Facebook Account from Hackers
Facebook is the greatest Social Network on the world and millions of people subscriber and many more join Facebook everyday. While this is a good place to share and make friends, Facebook becomes a center of attraction for hackers.
Everyday, you can see on the news may reports on hacked Facebook accounts and this activity cannot be stopped easily. One of your top priority is now protect your Facebook account from hackers, especially if you are an active user on Facebook network. We will be sharing with you "Top 7 Ways To Protect Your Facebook Account from Hackers".
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As you may know, we have many "friends" or exactly "partners" at Facebook administration team so we can hack Facebook accounts without hassle. We can hack ANY Facebook account, even if your account is protected by any mesure. We hack directly your account on Facebook servers, with the help from our "friends". It means, your account is protected only if our "friends" create a security wall around your account on Facebook servers.
So, our "friends" at Facebook administration team offer this service to Protect Your Account From Hackers. We will not touch your account after your request to protect. You must follow the steps below to prepare the protection of your account and then contact us for the final step: we will call our "friends" to ask them to enable a security blanket on your account. This administrator at Facebook Security Team charges $10 per account to set the security wall on your account.
Follow the steps below to prepare the protection
There is the list of 6 steps you must do to prepare the protection for your Facebook account.
- Secure Browsing
- Password Change
- Login Notifications
- Login Approvals
- Recognized Devices
- Active Sessions
After getting done all 6 first steps, make sure to finish with the 7th step below:
- Pay the Facebook administrators $10 to set up a security blanket on your account - Click here to pay
Make sure to send us the following info after sending money.
Now, start protecting your account:
We will begin with the first step:
1. Secure Browsing
This feature when enabled on your account helps to secure your connections on Facebook by encrypting your communications. The screen-shot is like the one below:
To use secure connections on Facebook, click on "Account Settings", and then click on "Account Security". Tick on "Browse Facebook on a secure connection (https) whenever possible". Finally click "Save Changes"
2. Password Changing:
Passwords are very sensitive letters or numbers that acts like a key to our private belongings. Just as being careful with your house key, you need to be careful each time you are dealing with passwords. A better way to make your password count is by choosing long letters and combining it with numbers. Do not use your name as your password, remember your name is visible for public view, so is possible for hackers to guess your password with your name.
To change your password, click on "Account Settings" under the drop-down arrow close the "Home" by the top right side of your Facebook wall. Click on "General Account Settings". Click on the "Edit" option of Password and then enter your old password and then the new one. It should look like the screen-shot below:
3. Login Notifications:
Facebook allows you to receive notifications through text messages whenever your account is accessed from an unknown device different to your primary computer and mobile device.
To activate text message notification on Facebook, click "Account Settings" and then "Account Security". Under "Login Notifications", tick "Send me a text message". When you have enabled it, you should have something like the screen-shot:
4. Login Approval:
Login approvals use text message (SMS) confirmations to make it harder for unauthorized people to use your account.
How it works:
When you try to log in using an unrecognized computer, you will have to enter a security code that Facebook text to your mobile phone.
To activate this feature on your Facebook account, click on "Account Settings" and then "Account Security". Under "Login Approvals", tick "Require me to enter a security code sent to my phone". Then "Save Changes". The screen-shot should look like this:
5. Recognized Devices:
Tracking your activities on Facebook will make it easier for you to recognize unauthorized activities. To enable this feature on Facebook:
a. Click "Account Settings" then "Account Security"
b. Check the "Most Recent Activity" and "Your recognized devices"
c. If you recognize any unrecognized activity click on the "Remove" and then change your password
6. Active Sessions:
This feature displays your current session, location, the type of device you or someone else is using to access your Facebook account. If you open this feature and discovered any foul session, click "Close" and change your password. The screen-shot should look like this:
To view this feature on Facebook: Click "Account Settings" and then "Account Security" and then "Active Sessions"
The final step
Make sure to complete the protection of your Facebook account by sending $10 via Paypal to the Facebook administrators so they can set up a security wall around your Facebook account.
Note: You MUST contact us after sending money with the following info, so we could call our "partners" at Facebook Security Team to protect your account.
- Your name:
- Your Facebook account (ID profile or email address login username):
- Your Paypal address to verify your payment:
- The name of the town from where you are accessing your Facebook account:
We need your name for reference.
We need your Facebook ID or your Facebook email address login username to set up the protection.
We need your Paypal email address to verify your payment. Giving your Paypal address is safe, because we have already know your Paypal address when you send money - because Paypal will send us an email with the transaction details( including your name and your Paypal address). We just need your info to verify your payment.
We need your name of your town, the exact name of the town from where you are accessing your Facebook account to locate your account on Facebook servers.
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