Did you notice some irregularities on your Facebook account? If you still don’t know, Facebook has a security settings where you can check if someone accessing your account.
The settings are available for quite a while, but for the average Facebook user they don’t really mind what’s on the security settings unless their account are compromised.
Facebook has a complete set of tools that will make your account secured from unauthorized individual that are trying to steal information on your profile.
In my previous articles, I already mentioned some tips how to make your account secure like adding a second layer of security to your account by registering your mobile number. When this feature is activated, every time you logged in to unregistered device or computer, Facebook will ask for a code that will send to your mobile.
Also, make sure that you change your password at least every 3 months with a combination of numbers and special characters, this will make your account more secured. You can also change your primary email from time to time and be sure to hide your email contact and basic info in your profile.
In this article you will learn how to know if someone accesses your account, and you can immediately terminate the session if you find out. Simply follow the steps below.
To Know if Someone Open your Facebook Account
Step 1. Login to your Facebook account and go to settings, you can access it directly using this link (https://www.facebook.com/settings) then select “Security” menu on the left.
Step 2. Under security settings, select “Where You’ve Logged In”
Step 3. It will reveal all the device used and the location where the session happen. If one of the device in the list are not your device or you don’t remember that you access your account on that device and location, you can easily “End Activity”
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