Hackers use Facebook to spread viruses and to get access to the user profiles of members. Only those who are his Facebook account properly protected, is really safe from attackers. You want to protect themselves against security problems and vulnerabilities on Facebook? Then follow the following tips for Facebook safety:
First Select the Safe Browsing
Use an encrypted connection to Facebook. By encrypting your data is protected using https for example in a wireless network. Click on the Facebook page on the arrow at the top right of the word “Home” and select “Account Settings”. Then click left on “security” and go to “safe browsing” to “Edit”. Then put a check mark next to “Facebook using the safe use by looking around (https), if possible.” Now click “Save Changes”.
Second Use the login notification
You will receive a notification when it is accessed by another, not previously used device to your Facebook account. Follow the instructions above and select the next point, “login notification” from. If someone accesses your account, you will receive an e-mail message.
Third Safety code for new devices turn on
If you want to be extra careful, then proceed as in step 1, then select the item “Confirmation” and activate it. This is always a new code is sent to your phone when you log in from an unknown device on Facebook. This code may be used as your login password. This is somewhat annoying, so you should select this item only if you have to make very specific reasons, worried about the Facebook security.
4th Crap out of you in the Facebook Apps
Click on the arrow at the top right and select your service again “Account Settings” and then left the “Applications”. All applications are listed here that have access to your Facebook account. This may be desirable when there appears as a security app. What an app or website can see all of your Facebook account, you can find by clicking on “Edit”. Apps, you need not necessarily eliminate you with “Remove”.
In order to show the explosive nature of these access rights, an artist’s website “has Take this Lollipop “added. Who on “Connect with Facebook” button, the pictures and data are installed in a horror film that is shown immediately. The film culminates in a very angry man about my location (Facebook information) moves and stick your photo (profile picture) on the dashboard has. For the film, you must disclose to the side while your data, the horror film is so beneficial that it’s worth. For the future you will be more cautious with Facebook connections.
5th Watch out for scams
It circulates repeatedly attempted fraud. For example, with the last stitch “Removing the Facebook Chronicles.” If you choose this type of message on “next” or “Like” button, the hacker can hijack your account.