How to protect Facebook Password From Hacking |Stolen |Disable |Phishing

Do you Use Facebook ? Largest social media network to keep you in touch with your family or friends? If the answer is Yes then You might have been facing This problem of using Facebook by protecting your password. Facebook is widely used by all kinds of people now a days and there has been numerous password hacking stolen phishing problem . Now the question is How do you keep your Facebook account secure ?
How do you use Facebook without falling in password stolen danger?
How many times you need to log in or log out ?
How do you keep your username and email details in user name box ?
All these things are most important while you like to keep your Facebook account safe and secure.
Today I like to discuss How to protect your Facebook Password From hacking , stolen or phishing .
You might well know that in Facebook there are two or three ways you can log in Facebook with giving username details. For example you can login giving you full email details . Or you can login giving your nickname or you can login giving your mobile number.
So here is the point Which ways you can play safe? Giving mobile number? Giving only nickname or giving full email address on the login section in Facebook homepage?
I must say if you are thinking of here is certain chances of being hacked you should not give your login information with nickname or mobile number.
Because this way you will face problem for logging in simple information that can easily stolen or hack or remember.
So always try to use Full email address with strong password.
The device which you are using for Facebook also have some kind of ability to stolen your password. If you have doubt just read this article. You will know How people make fool by steal Facebook Password.
Okay now you can ask me if I login with my username or mobile number whhat is the risk?
The risk is this user name and mobile number easy to remember and your fellow friend or calligue will keep his or her mind that this is the username and I must try with myself .
So that’s the point. You should use Full email address because everyone not using same email user name or same companies service for example Google Yahoo Hotmail etc. In this case it is bit difficult to remember so easily. So this is how you can keep your username safe from bad kind of person or whom do you think might harm you.
Now come to the main point , is there any more steps you can take for keeping your Facebook Password secure? Yes you can intregate your mobile phone number with Facebook .
So when is there anybody try to input wrong username or password or trying to login Facebook a message will come to your mobile instant.
How to give  your mobile to Facebook ?
Follow this steps
To add your mobile number, go to Account Settings > Mobile and click on Add a Phone.
Select your country and set the mobile carrier before clicking Next.
Now you will be given an instruction to send an SMS to the given number. Follow the instructions to get a code via SMS, and then enter the code into the column. You also have the option to Share your number with friends on Facebook and Allow friends to text me from Facebook. Select your preferences and click Next.
Now your mobile phone is registered with Facebook, and when the need arises, this connection will be useful to reactivate your Facebook account.
How to keep safe your Facebook Password From phishing ?
Activate Secure browsing, Now
Among other things, to make sure your browsing activity within Facebook is safe, you can turn on the Secure browsing option. By doing this, you automatically limit all external applications that are integrated with Facebook from doing any harm or taking your personal information without your knowledge or approval.
To start securing your account, click on the drop down menu from the top right corner of your Facebook account and go to Account Settings.
Select Security from the left menu.
At the Secure Browsing section, click on the Edit link at the right.
The option panel will appear, ‘check’ the box Browse Facebook on a secure connection then click on the Save Changes button.
Activate ‘Login Approvals’
Login approvals is an extended security feature offered by Facebook, and it will require you to enter a security code each time you try to access your Facebook account from unrecognized devices. To activate Login Approvals, go to Account Settings > Security, look for Login Approvals and click on the Edit button.
An option to activate Login Approvals will appear, tick the check box to activate.
A popup window will appear with descriptions of login approvals, click on the Set Up Now button to continue.
If you already register your mobile number, Facebook will automatically send you a code via SMS. Enter this code in the given box and click Submit Code.
Now you have completed with Login Approvals request, click Next to continue.
Next, Facebook will offer you to setup a Code Generator from your mobile phone; this is useful in case you are unable to receive SMS. Click Continue.
Code Generator for Android phones
Since I am using an Android phone, I’ll use the Android activation as an example.
Download the Facebook Mobile App from Google Play if you don’t already have it. After downloading it to your mobile, click Next.
Once downloaded, Facebook will provide instructions to install the Code Generator. To install, launch your Facebook App, tap on menu > Account > Code Generator > Add App. Then click on Finish Setup below.
Now that your Code Generator is active, Facebook will guide you with the correct steps to use the code generator. Next time when you want to generate a new code, simply launch your app, tap on Account > Code Generator and the code will appear. For now, click Close as you have completed the steps to activate your Login Approvals.
Disconnect Previous Active Sessions
The good thing about Facebook is that it lets you know about your previous active sessions, where you login from, and what devices you used to access your Facebook account. Now to make sure your account is safe, from the Account Settings > Security page, look for ‘Active Sessions‘ and click on Edit.
Now all previous sessions will be listed, together with the current active session at the top of the list. Click on the link ‘End Activity‘ to kill the activities from other devices.
Activate Private Browsing
Another way to prevent another person from accessing your account is by activating the ‘Private Browsing’ option from your browsers. All browsers have this private browsing option, and by activating this option, your activity will not be logged into the browsing history.
If you are using the Safari Browser on Mac, activate Private Browsing from the menu with Safari > Private Browing.
For Firefox, go to Tools > Start Private Browsing.
If you are using Chrome, there’s an option to browse using the Incognito window, it’s a version of Chrome window where all browsing activity will not be logged in. To open this window, go to File > New Incognito Window.
Don’t ‘Keep Me Logged In’
The moment you want to login to your Facebook account, at the Log In page, there’s a small checkbox that says Keep me logged in. Make sure this box is unchecked. Then, log in as usual. With this on, you will be asked for your email and password every time you launch Facebook.
Avoid Spam Links
Facebook is serious about spam and is always enhancing its features to make sure you are safe from being a victim to scams. The types of attacks include money scams through direct or indirect requests via Facebook messages, chat etc, phishing links that will redirect you to fake websites, malicious links that could retrieve your personal information or even harm your computer. There are also chances you may receive emails from ‘Facebook’ but it is actually from a phishing website, this modus operandi is part of a scam.

There are many ways you can avoid being a victim:
Never click on suspicious links whenever or wherever you find it, even if it came from your friends. If you receive a link, always take the extra step of asking your friend what the link is to confirm that they had sent it. Usually these links are ‘sent’ without the sender’s knowledge. This includes all links that appear in your Facebook Chat, Messages, friend’s status post or even from your email.
Never give out your username or password to anyone, including websites with suspicious links and layouts. Giving your passwords freely could jeopardize the security of your personal information on Facebook.
Log in only at and not from any other link or website, unless you are accessing via Facebook App.
Update your browser to its latest version to ensure your browser’s security is up to date so it would detect and alert you with a warning when you are navigating to a suspected phishing site.
Sign Out after use
Lastly which is the most important of all (and definitely worth repeating), never forget to log out from your Facebook account.
The best way keep Facebook Password safe is input strong password and intregation with mobile number . While anybody try to access account with few failure attempts Facebook will send sms to the respective mobile phone number. Or while changing password a instant sms will alert the user that you are changing your password bla bla bla. If is it you then you have to enter the code that Facebook will provide you or if you not able to input the security code Facebook will never allow to change password. So this way you can keep your Facebook Password more safe more secure and do share my articles if you think this worthy for Facebook users.

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