Facebook Security Settings App Passwords lets you set up the following security settings App Passwords and more.
Last Updated: October 30, 2016
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Remember this is a continuation from the previous security post. You should really apply all security options that are available to keep your personal and private information safe.
Facebook Security Settings App Passwords Steps
Step 1 ) The following image App Passwords allows you to set up a different password for your apps in your mobile device like your smart phone.
Step 2 ) The following image Code Generator allows you to set up a different ways to set up your generated code.
Step 3 ) The following image Trusted Contacts allows you to select among your friends up to 3 different friends have to be selected to be contacted in case you lock yourself out.
This security feature is very important to enable because you might lock yourself out one day. I know of some who have already done so and they had to set up a new account.
Step 4 ) The following image Trusted Browsers allows you to control which browsers you normally use to log into Facebook. This will allow you to log into your trusted browsers “The browsers you normally use at home” without getting any notifications.
If you don’t have a trusted browser and someone was trying to access your account from another computer, browser and or another country then you would get notified of the attempted access to your account. You would then report this to Facebook.
Step 5 ) The following image Where You’re Logged In shows you were you are currently logged in. You will also notice the Other location. If you don’t know who or where that logging is then you can simply click on End Activity.
If you wanted to delete the account, you can simply click on the following Link “Deactivate your account“.
You can see from the above all the different security options set in place for you to protect your Facebook account.
I hope this helps you and encourages you to enable all the above mentioned security options.
Click on the following URL Facebook Security Settings Access Code 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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