Facebook Security Settings Access Code shows you how to retrieve your security code to access your account.
Last Updated: October 30, 2016
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Remember this follows from the previous Facebook security post. Please make sure you read the three post.
Important: This kind of security should be implemented by everyone that has a Facebook account. If you don’t want your account to ever get hacked I suggest that you enable this security option.
Facebook Security Settings Access Code Steps
Step 1 ) The following image Enter Security Code to Continue tells you that if you don’t enter a security code you will not log into Facebook.
- Enter code in this text box
- Click on Can’t find your code? link to view all the options to get the code.
- Click on Continue button once you have entered the security code.
Step 2 ) The following image shows you a window with a few options to retrieve your code or get help. If you don’t have an App installed in your Smartphone click on Text me a security code link.
Step 3 ) The following image Remember Browser gives you two options, Save Browser or Don’t Save the browser into the a cookie that gets deposited into the browser temp folder. This in return will lets the browser know that next time when you log into Facebook using this browser in the laptop or desktop you will Not have to enter the security code again.
Step 4 ) Once you log into Facebook you will see the following notice. Review this notice and especially if you know that you did not log in from a different browser in the current or previous session.
Step 5 ) The Login Alert gives you some information of what has happened recently in your account. You have the option to either Manage Alerts or simply Go to News Feed.
Step 6 ) The following image Email Login Alert is the e-mail you should have received in your e-mail inbox. This lets you know of the recent activity on your account. It is very important to check and take action if you know that it was not you who logged in recently.
You have the option to Check Login or Manage Alerts. Or if you know that it was you who logged in then you can simply disregard and delete the e-mail.
Facebook has done a great job implementing this security feature for your account.
Click on the following URL Facebook Privacy Shortcuts to learn more.
If you have any questions please let me know. I will be updating this post from time to time so make sure you come back for the latest news.
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