How to hack Facebook account: Following the publication of articles dedicated to online safety, such as the one in which I demonstrated how to steal a Facebook page easily, many people wrote to me in alarm asking me how to hack Facebook account and, above all, how to protect yourself from attempts by malicious people to violate your profile.
So here I am to point out some common sense rules and some remedies to secure your account on social network most famous in the world. Follow them and you should be able to avoid, as far as possible, unauthorized intrusions on your profile.
Operations how to hack Facebook account they are not the sole preserve of hackers. This is demonstrated by the fact that many people are convinced that it is enough to close the browser window to disconnect from Facebook. Well, that’s not it!
Closing a tab or the browser window does not end your visit session on Facebook, you just interrupt it. This means that by opening the browser again and connecting to Facebook, you will automatically find yourself connected with the account you were using before closing the program.
A great risk for privacy, especially if you usually use public PCs, such as those in hotels or bookstores. Fortunately, however, there is a solution to the problem that can secure even the most careless user accounts: it is the closing the session remotely.
To close the Facebook session open on a public PC or on a computer that you do not have at hand, just connect to your profile using any PC, click on the arrow at the top right (in the blue bar) and select the item Account settings in the menu that appears. In the window that opens, click on the item Protection in the left sidebar, select the option Edit related to the function Active sessions and close the open session on the “at risk” PC by clicking on the item End activity. In this way, the session on the remote computer will be closed and whoever uses that PC will not be automatically connected to your profile.
And to close a Facebook visit session on your PC? I was almost forgetting about it. It’s the simplest thing in the world, just click on arrow at the top right (in the blue bar) and select the item Go out from the menu that appears. Of course, if you want to avoid unwanted intrusions, remember to delete password saving in your browser by following the instructions I gave you in my guide on the subject.
Another good way to protect yourself if you are afraid that someone will be able to you hack into Facebook account is to change the password associated with your profile by replacing it with a more robust and complicated one to guess.
To change your Facebook password, all you have to do is connect to the main page of the social network, click on black arrow at the top right (in the blue bar) and select the item Account settings in the menu that appears. In the window that opens, click on the option Edit related to the item Password and fill in the form that appears with the Current Password account and the new one to use, in the fields New And Enter the new password again. For save changes, just click on the appropriate button.
Done! This way you’ve changed your password and secured your account but make sure you’re using a really secret and hard-to-guess keyword. Try to use one password at least 8 characters long and composed not only of lowercase letters but also of uppercase letters, numbers and special characters (eg exclamation points, dashes, etc.).
Finally, I would like to point out that in cases of account violation on Facebook you can protect your identity and request free assistance by connecting to this page of the social network and clicking on the item first my account was hacked and then on the link protect it here. Then follow the wizard and provide Facebook with all the answers on your case to receive adequate support.