What to do if Facebook ID is hacked

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If the hacker has changed the email address, phone number and other information required to login, then Need another way to authentication? -> Click on Submit a request to Facebook and you will get a form to provide the necessary information and ID to retrieve the Facebook profile

What to do if Facebook ID is hacked

Gobal New News Desk –

If your Facebook ID is hacked, it can bring you a terrible danger. Because if a hacker commits a crime using your ID, you will be held responsible. So Bangladesh Police has given instructions on what to do as soon as your Facebook ID  hacked. What to do if Facebook ID  hacked:

 

If Facebook ID is hacked,

 

First enter the link http://www.facebook.com/hacked.

Then click on “My account  compromised”. If you want information about the hacked

account, give information about any one of the 2 options (email or phone number) mentioned there.

 

If the information provided is correct it will show the actual account and ask for your current or old password; Click “Continue” with your old password here.

 

If the hacker does not change the email address, a recovery option will  sent to your email. It is possible to recover the account.

 

If the hacker has changed the email address, phone number and other information required to login, then Need another way to authentication? -> If you click on Submit a request to

Facebook, it is possible to recover the hacked account by filling the form providing the necessary information and ID to retrieve the Facebook profile. You can also see more ……………… ……………………..

 

What else to do if Facebook ID  hacked!

Go to Facebook’s settings with the computer browser. From there, click on the “Security and Login” option and you will see an option called “Where You’re Logged In”. Below that

you will see a list. You will see a list of devices with which your Facebook ID has  entered and a list of devices that are now using this ID.

Now click on the “See More” option to see the full list. See if there are any unfamiliar devices in this list. If so, take the following steps without delay.

Change the password of the Facebook account,

If you see that your ID  logged in from an unfamiliar device, first of all change the

password of your Facebook ID and give a strong and unique password. To change the

password, go to the “Security and Login” option from Facebook’s settings and change the password from there.

 

After changing the password, log-out all devices from the previous “Where You’re Logged In” option.

 

If you can’t access your Facebook ID, reset your password.

If someone has hacked your Facebook ID, they can change the password of your Facebook

ID. In that case, you will not be able to log in to your account. So you can try resetting the password.

 

Many times if your ID has many security systems then you can reset the password of your

ID before the hacker changes all of them. For this, first go to Facebook.com, then under the password field, “Forget your Password?” Click on the name option.

 

Then find out your ID with your email or phone number. Then you will be able to change

the password of your ID only if you can enter the code in the box where the email or phone number given.

 

Report Compromised Account,

If your account  hacked as well as sending various links to your friends, you can report your account to Facebook as compromised. Only do this when you no longer have access to

your account. If you are in such a situation then go to this link.

Then click on the button “My Account  Compromised” then find your ID with your email or

phone number. Then Facebook will ask you for some proof. If you pay them properly, you will get your ID back.

 

Delete unwanted apps from Facebook ID

You can give permission for many types of apps in your Facebook ID for various reasons. However, many times this app can also be responsible for hacking your ID. So remove the

apps of Facebook that you don’t need. For this you have to go to the option called apps from Facebook’s settings. Remove unnecessary apps from there.

 

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