Thousands of Facebook accounts are hacked every day!

A hacker can use your personal data against you. Your bank account, credit cards and your privacy (both for you, family and friends) could be at risk. Learn how these hacks work and what you can do to protect your Facebook account with this video.
* Note: Video in Spanish

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Facebook Security in 6 Steps

If you want to configure the security of your Facebook account yourself then a few steps.

Changing your Facebook password

Create a strong password using a combination of numbers, symbols, uppercase and lowercase. It is very important that you use a different password for each social network and account you have. This way the hacker will not be able to access accounts with the same credentials.

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Use two-step authetication

Log in with a code from your phone and a password.

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Configure privacy tools

Choose who can see your publications and how they can find you and get in touch with you on Facebook.

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Activate login alerts

Receive a Facebook alert when someone logs into your account from an unrecognized device or browser.

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Configure app access

Remove applications that you do not recognize in the application list. The applications that you accept on your Facebook have access to a large part of your information and can be used to send you viruses and malicious messages.

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Do not accept friends you do not know

Hackers create fictitious accounts so that you accept them as friends and then they can use them to send you viruses and malicious messages. Do not accept the person as a friend if you do not know him/her.

Configuration privacy and security for Facebook

$30
  • Create a new password
  • Remove dangerous apps attached to your Facebook
  • Add security tools to your Facebook account (start alerts, two-step authentication)
  • Facebook privacy optimization to publish only to specific people
  • Creating a 1Password account to manage your passwords (optional but highly recommended)