How to protect your Facebook page


In today’s article, we will talk about how to protect a personal Facebook account, and the reasons for account theft and spying: – Let’s discuss our topic.

Everyone is looking for a safe way to protect their Facebook page, and an effective way to get rid of the hacker forever?! So follow the article with us to the end.
Reasons for theft and spying of the personal Facebook account?
As we know that theft and spying on Facebook accounts has spread a lot lately, so we will discuss in this article how to protect your Facebook page, come with us to find out how to do that.
One of the most common ways in which the victim falls is that he does not pay attention to the links sent to him, whether they are safe or not, by friends he does not know and the friends who surround him. 
Like the links that they receive from their Facebook friends via a message in Messenger.
How do I protect my Facebook account from hacking?
First, you should always pay attention to the links and images that you receive through Facebook or WhatsApp messages.
• You should always remember that Facebook will not be the   request data from you only through its drawing, or through your personal page.
Facebook offers ways to help you protect your personal Facebook page from invention and offers you the correct way to retrieve it in the event you have a problem disabling your account, or you have forgotten the password for your personal page.
How do you secure your Facebook account? 
1- You must be on to remember your email registered in your Facebook account.
2- You must be able (able) to register your email and do not forget to update your data.
3- You must change your personal information on Facebook every time, as this is one of the most important steps in order to protect and secure your Facebook account.
4 – Make sure to delete any email or phone number that you no longer use or you can no longer access.
5. Download activation feature authentication binary on Facebook so that you do not repeat it.
6- The name of your personal page on Facebook must be identical to your name on your personal identity or passport.
7- Do not open your personal account in any phone or computer device, regardless of its owner, because you do not know the aspects of protecting that device.
Protect your page from being hacked permanently
Very important point:-
 Make sure you are connected via the https encrypted connection and not via the http encrypted connection.
Make sure that you are connected to the official Facebook site through the encrypted connection that we mentioned, and the picture of the lock is visible and usually appears in green.
As we know, the Internet does not allow two different pages to match with the same name.
Password / advice when you forget a password for your account
Your Facebook account password must be strong, do not put a password that contains my family name, your name, your date of birth, or any important event for you, and your phone number, be careful, because hacking professionals first guess that by stealing your account.
Change your Facebook password by phone
To change the password for your personal account on Facebook, follow these simple steps:-
1- Go to the general account settings
2- Scroll down and click on the word “Settings”.
3- Click on the security phrase and log in جملة
4- Under the security and login phrase, you will find the option to change the password.
5- They will ask you to enter the old password, then change it and enter the new password, and then press Save.
• Enable the sign-in notifications feature because it notifies you when your account is accessed from another phone or computer unless we have already used it. They will send you an alert by e-mail or by an advice message in your phone number, according to the activation that you have done.
How do I do Facebook login notifications by mobile?
1- Go to the general account settings
2- Scroll down and click on Settings
3- Click on Security and login
4- Under the security and login box, you will find the option to set up additional security measures, click on Receive alerts about unknown logins, click on it.
5- Many options will appear to help you receive these notifications, I advise you to activate all of them.
Activate the two-factor authentication feature
Two-factor authentication is the most important step that you should not forget when you secure your personal account on Facebook. When you activate this feature (the two-factor authentication feature), they will send an advice message asking for your password and verification code.
Thus, if it is noticed that your account is logged in from a device or through an unknown browser, they will alert you through them.
How to enable two-factor authentication on Facebook
To activate this feature, follow these steps, dear follower:-
1- Go to the general account settings 
2- Scroll down to Settings
3- Click on Security and login
4- Under the security and login box, you will find the option of two-factor authentication, click on Use two-factor authentication.
5- You will have many options to help you receive these messages, the entry alert and the access code.
You can also review sweets activities in the same way that we talked about in the previous steps, which will show the name of the device, the hour, and the place where you worked or fought to log into your personal account.
Tips to protect your Facebook page from hacking
1- Do not click on the foundations of suspicious links or applications on Facebook, or even if sent via your e-mail.
2- Install an anti-virus program even if you can buy it.
3- Protect your email that we use to access your personal page on Facebook, because if the hacker can access it, in this case he can change your password quite easily.
4- Use gmail, because it has a feature to check the answer via phone messages.
5- Activate the secret question feature, if you have not activated it before, choose the appropriate question and choose the answer and save it so that you do not forget it, and in this way you can retrieve your personal account if it was hacked.
In the end, I hope that today’s topic or article was at the level of your aspirations. See you on the next topic, God willing.

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