Saturday 11 February 2017

Secure Facebook - How to keep your account safe?

Here are a few tips from Facebook that you can do to keep your account safe:
Think before you click
Never click on suspicious links, even if these links come from a friend or a company you know. This includes links posted on Facebook (eg, in a frame or on the News Feed Chat) or in email. If one of your friends click on a link spam (spam), they can inadvertently send you or mark (tag) of the article you spam. You should not download anything (eg, an .exe file) if you are not sure what they are.

Be wary of the fake page and app
Be wary of promotional advertising page incredibly attractive. If you doubt, check page has not been verified. Also, be careful when you install new applications. Sometimes fraudsters use bad applications to gain access to your Facebook account.

Do not accept friend requests from people you do not know

Sometimes, the scammers will create fake accounts to make friends with everyone. Become friends with fraudsters allows them access to spam your timeline, tag you in your article and send malicious messages. Finally, your real friends can also be harmful.

Choose a strong password, the only
Use a combination of at least 6 letters, numbers and punctuation, and do not use this password to any of your other accounts. You can also use a password manager like LastPass security, KeePass and 1Password and remember to set a unique password for your account.

Never reveal your login information (eg email address and password)
Sometimes there are people or sites promising you something (for example, free slot play cards) if you share their login information. These types of transactions due to high-tech crime and violations carried out by the Facebook Terms. If you are asked to enter your password on Facebook (eg, you are making changes to your account settings), check to make sure the page address in the URL still

Just log in at

Sometimes scammers will create a fake page that looks like the Facebook login page hoping to get your email address and password that you enter. Make sure you check the URL (web address) of the page before you enter your credentials. If in doubt, you can always enter on your browser to return to the real Facebook page.

Install Facebook Protector to protect you from any scam sites!

Update your browser
The version of the latest internet browsers have security features built in. For example, we can warn you if you intend to go to a phishing site doubtful. Facebook support:

Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Internet Explorer

Run anti-virus software
Install and run anti-virus software to protect you from viruses and malware. You can learn more and download the free software:
for Windows
     For Mac OS