Be sure of your Facebook privacy

Facebook is the most widely used social networking website that has complete information about you and your loved ones with the help of the status updates and other sharing options. Hence understanding the privacy settings of Facebook is crucial so that your identity and all the private information remain safe and secure.

No doubt, we all enjoy using Facebook but being one of the most widely used applications, this website is also the main target of the hackers and identity thieves that may use your identity and account for many cyber crimes. Hence the privacy of your Facebook account is crucial for managing.

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In this piece of writing, we let you know some of the major privacy hacks that you must perform on your Facebook account so that it can be safe and only remain in front of your loved ones. The people, who do not know you, should not know about your Facebook activities as well. One can take a look at the points stated below for understanding the privacy hack of your Facebook account:

Managing who can see your account

There are certain privacy options provided by Facebook in the settings that allow you to choose the people who can see your timeline. It not only helps in ensuring the timeline visibility but also the tagging options and helping you to manage the posts on which you are tagged. Make sure to choose the ‘Friends’ for the people who can see your timeline and ‘Ask for approval’ for any tag permission.

Even for the post on your wall, there is an option, and you can choose ‘friends’ or ‘only me.’ There is ‘View as’ option on your profile when you are managing your privacy so make sure to check that out so that you can understand how your Facebook profile is visible to the strangers. From that, you can make certain changes.

To manage these options, on the upper right corner click on the little arrow then select “settings”

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How to create and retain the best secure password

Choose the most secure password

How should your password be composed so that it is as secure as possible?
If sites require you to add numbers or uppercase letters to your passwords it’s for a good reason.
A solid password is a password that contains at least 12 characters with various characters such as numbers, punctuation, uppercase and lowercase letters.
Do not use your date of birth, your cat name or passwords such as “123456” or “azerty” or “password”.

Never write your password

You must absolutely memorize your password and never write it on a sheet, post-it, in your computer or smartphone. If you can not memorize it, you can write it down but try to find a way to scramble the tracks by encrypting it
Never save or store your passwords on web browsers!

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