It is likely that someone wants to seize our profile on Facebook to see the content of our account,edit it, use it for fraudulent purposes, totally appropriate, even delete it. How can I prevent my Facebook account from being stolen? Given that tracking technology is now increasingly sophisticated, it is recommended to increase the security of Facebook accounts. If you are curious about how other people can now see your Facebook private content, visit this link: http://smstrackers.com/tracking-someones-facebook-messages-is-now-possible/.
Below we will see some settings that we must keep in mind in order to avoid being able to access our profile by increasing access security. Log in with your Facebook profile, then enter the account settings section that appears at the top right of the profile, next to where your name appears. There you will have to click on Settings or by entering directly through this link: https://www.facebook.com/settings.
Once you enter your account settings, various options will appear such as Name, Username,
email address and password. Here you must configure these last two very important options.
You’ll first need to click on corporate email address to add another recovery email in case you
don’t have it. It is necessary to add another recovery email in case your password has been
changed or you no longer have access to your account in order to recover it.
After adding a new email then you must add your password and give Save. When doing this, you must configure the second option, the Password data. There you must change at least once every three months. Before changing your password, we invite you to read a manual on how to create a secure password. Remember that it is not convenient to use your name and surname, pet name, identity card, telephone number or date of birth as a password, nor characters like 123123, 123456 which are very common.
Excellent! Almost there. At the end of this, you should look at the left side of the panel where
you will find the Security tab. By clicking on the security option, several options will appear that you will have to configure only with a few clicks.
Firstly, in the Safe Browsing option, you can establish the SSL protocol or Facebook’s secure
protocol in order to avoid span or any malicious code, you must click on this option and check the Safe Browsing box, click Save Changes, there it will ask you to confirm the action by entering your current password and you’re done. Once the changes are saved, you will need to click Login Notifications. There you must check both boxes in order for Facebook to notify you every time your account is accessed, so if someone has your password and logs in, you will be notified of it via email or text message on your mobile.
When finished with this change, you will have to go to the next configuration, the option Login approval. With this, when you log in to your Facebook profile by adding your email and
password, Facebook will send you a verification code via text message. This code must be entered to log in. If someone else has your Facebook password, they will not be able to access it if they do not receive this verification code, which will be sent to your mobile number.
Almost there! Now you will have to establish one last configuration. The option to recover your account through trusted friends. If someone appropriates your account, you can recover it through 3 friends on Facebook who you can choose and think they are trustworthy. To do this, you must click on Trusted contacts.
At the end of the configuration, below you can see two very important data. Facebook saves all the browsing and login data for your profile. With this you can know when your last connection was, from which browser through the option Trusted Browsers. You can also see through the “where do you log in” option.
With this, you will have improved the protection of your Facebook profile and with this you will be avoiding as much as possible that others are appropriating your profile and the data that is there.