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Nowadays social media has become a major part of our lives. Also, security concerns around the social media accounts are also growing day by day. Cyber crime is rising every day, and more and more reports of hacking and identity theft from Facebook accounts are surfacing.
Your Facebook account getting hacked could literally ruin your life, or you could be humiliated in front of all your friends and relatives by some embarrassing status updates.
So, apply these ideas to your life and don't be a victim of scammers and hackers because prevention is always better than cure.
If even one website content gets hacked, all your account can be accessed with that information, so use different passwords across various websites.
By this way, unknown people on Facebook won't be able to see your date of birth, hometown, or your school and other personal information.
Here's the help! You need to change your privacy setting.
Because HTTPS means extra security. Just HTTP without S at the end cannot be trusted anymore.
Never click on links they provide. That way they will get the login information of your account, and you know what happens next after they have your password.
Use Facebook login only when you trust that website.
Share the useful information with your near and dear ones.