Facebook is used by Khmer people for communication, advertising, daily news and entertainment. However, over time we have noticed that many Facebook accounts have been hacked and used in the future, such as: Scamming a loan in the form of a loan, knowing someone, or downloading data for use in a bad way, especially to the leaders or important people, can endanger that person’s reputation. Today, Ideas outlines how to protect your Facebook account from hacking.
1. Use a password that is difficult to guess
Passwords are a simple and easy way to keep your account safe. Most people use passwords such as birthdate, phone number etc. which are easy to remember which makes it very easy for someone to hack.
2. Avoid Login Save passwords using public tools
Using social networks in public, especially computers in cafes or internet services, can easily be downloaded from you. Therefore, you will need to log out when using and clear the history of your history.
3. Don’t play Instant App on social media
Instant App games on social media, such as Predict or Future Predict, and various age-changing applications can cause you to lose data and accounts as well. Because when you play those kinds of Instant App, you are already allowed to get information from you.
4. Using two-factor authentication
Two-factor authentication is a security feature that Facebook has been using since 2017. As this security system requires you to enter your 6 digit code and enter the phone number or email that the user entered and it will send a message on your phone or email when someone or device is unique (Smart PC Phone…) would like to log in to your account.
5. Avoid downloading unsourced software
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