How is it if you get to know that someone is keeping an eye on you through your social media account? To protect your activities and secure your account, you need to read this article immediately. It will help you to save your account. two-factor authentication is a security tool that, in addition to your password, helps protect your Facebook account. When someone tries to access Facebook from a browser or mobile device we don’t recognize, you’ll be asked to input a unique login code or confirm your login attempt if you use two-factor authentication. You can also receive notifications if someone attempts to log in using a browser or mobile device that we don’t recognize.
How to turn on two-factor authentication:
- Go to your Security and Login Settings.
- Scroll down and click Edit next to Use two-factor authentication
- Select the security method you want to add and follow the on-screen instructions.
- You’ll be asked to choose one of three security techniques when you set up two-factor authentication on Facebook:
- Use a suitable device to tap your security key.
- Authentication codes from a third-party app
- SMS (short messaging service) codes can be sent from your phone.
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- You’ll be asked to save the browser or mobile device you’re using when you enable two-factor authentication. If you do it this way, you won’t have to enter a security code again. Don’t click Save this browser if you’re using a public computer that other people can use (example: a library computer).
- You need to remember information about your computer and browser to recognize you the next time you log in. Some browser features block this. You might have to input a code every time you log in if you’ve enabled private browsing or set your browser to delete your history every time it closes.
- You’ll be asked to select a primary security method from a security key, SMS codes, or a third-party authentication app when you enable two-factor authentication. When someone tries to log into your Facebook account from a mobile device or browser we don’t recognize, you’ll receive a text message (SMS) containing a specific 6-digit security code.