How to activate two-factor authentication on facebook should be a priority in order to avoid your facebook account takeover.
These post “How to activate two-factor authentication” is going to help you keep you facbook account safe by adding another layer of security to you account.
In this article, we shall be looking at login alerts and Two-factor authentication as a way of keeping your facebook account secure.
You will get to manage your login alerts and two-factor authentication after reading through which is the aim of this articles.
First, you need to set and be getting alerts about unrecognized logins to your facebook account. These will also help in improving your the security of your facbook account.
This is because with login alerts set, you will be alerted whenever someone tries to login to your account from a device or browser you don’t recognize.
The interesting part is that theses alerts tells you the device used in the login attempt and where it’s located.
Step by step in getting unrecognized login alerts.
Now, whenever you receive any login alert, you can tell facebook whether you recognize the login activity by click or tapping This was me.
Click on This wasn’t me will prompt facebook to help you reset your password and secure you account.
Personally I don’t advise people to save a device or browser as list of recognized devices and trusted browsers. This is because facebook won’t alert you of any login from these devices or browsers. Now, you device may be stolen or one may gain access to your device and can login to your account.
If you have been saving devices and browsers then you can access your list of recent devices you have used in logging your facebook account here under Security and Login Settings.
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How to activate two-factor authentication
Two-factor authentication is a security feature that helps protect your Facebook account in addition to your password. If you set up two-factor authentication, you’ll be asked to enter a special login code or confirm your login attempt each time someone tries accessing Facebook from a browser or mobile device we don’t recognize. You can also get alerts when someone tries logging in from a browser or mobile device we don’t recognize.
To turn on or manage two-factor authentication:
When you set up two-factor authentication on Facebook, you’ll be asked to choose one of two security methods:
You’ll need to have at least one of these set up in order to use two-factor authentication. Once you have added either text message (SMS) codes or a third party authentication app on your account, you’ll also be able to set up some of the optional methods below:
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