How to protect your Facebook ID from being hacked

Facebook is one of the most popular social media nowadays. Many people use this popular medium for social communication or business purposes.

How to protect your Facebook ID from being hacked

In the current context, Facebook profiles are hacked and disabled.

By following some guidelines, you can keep this popular medium safe. They are-

You must create your account by matching your name and date of birth on your National Identity Card. If not, do it today.

If the account is deactivated for any reason, the Facebook authority will return the account if you submit your identity card.

Leave your date of birth, year, email and phone number only to me on Facebook.

Never upload your national identity card, passport, smart card, school-college ID card or any valid ID card on Facebook.

Many people upload their passports while traveling abroad. Avoid it. Remember that it is very risky for you if someone else has a copy of your ID.

That person can deactivate and take over your account with that ID.

Turn on all the security features on Facebook.

Be sure to add at least five trusted friends. But check it occasionally. Whether someone's account has been deactivated from your trusted friends list.

Once done add new person and add minimum 5 people again.

Better to use profile picture guard. For those who want to keep their privacy, they can use profile lock option.

By doing this, only the friends in your friend list (friend list) can see what you give.

Use strong passwords. Passwords are complicated when they are made up of different numbers, symbols and words. Avoid using dictionary words. Never use your name or phone number as a password.

Do not click on links provided by strangers. Do not login to any phishing sites that look like Facebook.

Check if your email is correct or not. There are many emails that become inactive after 1 year of inactivity.

In that case, opportunists can easily take over your account by opening an email account in your name.

Two-step verification must be enabled.

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