We will tell you how to secure your Facebook account and login safely so that your account is not in the wrong hands.
It is very important to secure your Facebook account’s login and password info. I visit Facebook many times a day from my home computer. So the password is saved on my computer and I do not have to log in to Facebook every single time.
Facebook is very addictive because all your friends are on it and they share their photos, updates and other personal info that would interest you. So it is quite common for you to check Facebook quite often.
But if you check your Facebook account from public places such as libraries and other devices then follow these Facebook tips to stay secure.
Always use this page to login to your Facebook account:
But if you are unable to for some reason then try any of these links mentioned in the Different ways to login to Facebook post. It has many URLs and options that you can try to login to Facebook safely.
Anyways, I am sure you would love to secure your Facebook account from getting hacked or password stolen. So here is how you can secure your account on Facebook:
1) Don’t select the option “Keep Me Logged In” if you are using Facebook from Office, College, Library or some other public place.
2) You should only select it if you log in to Facebook from your Home computer, personal computer or your mobile phone which is quite personal to you.
3) When you log in to Facebook using Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer it might ask you to save password. Always choose “Never save password for this site“. Do not ever save your password on a device that is not yours.
4) Every time you are done using Facebook log out of your account. Once you are done go to http://facebook.com and see if you have completely logged out. Remove your account if it is still showing up.
Facebook is your online identity among your friends, relatives, colleagues, and many others. So always ensure that you safeguard your Facebook account.
These tips are good for any account that you log in to from a device that is not yours. Take care!