Facebook is an American online social media and social networking website, which was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in the early 2004. Facebook has grown so fast, like no other company has ever had in the past. It is an online platform that allows people to join and interact online. Initially the platform was available only in a limited region and universities, but soon it spread like fire. In a short span of time, it was made available worldwide.
According to various stats, around 1.1 Billion daily logins to Facebook, but only a few million know how to properly use it. Today, I am going to tell you about some tips and tricks, which would definitely help you surf Facebook in a safe and secure manner.
Keep changing passwords, in every 2 weeks
In the first place, it doesn’t matter how much precautious you are, try to change password of your Facebook account in every 2 weeks.
Keep checking login locations
As a matter of fact, Facebook allows you to check your session logins and the corresponding details about it. Keep a track on it. Equally check it on regular intervals. If anything seems wrong, secure your account ASAP.
Use two factor-authentication
As we talked about this type of authentication in our previous post, never forget to enable and gain advantage out of it. Generally, Facebook users take it as a time-consuming login process, but its better to never compromise with your security.
Use ‘Profile Picture Guard’ feature
Facebook recently introduced this feature to give a layer of additional security to its users in its android version. With this, the profile picture of the Facebook user gets safe and secure to some extent. In addition, any other Facebook user cannot take a screenshot or share the image on social media platform.
Keep your primary e-mail updated
What most users do is, they create their account with their personal mobile number and doesn’t link their e-mail with the Facebook account. Connecting an e-mail is really necessary as it provides an extra layer of protection and thus is advantageous in keeping the account secure.