Have you noticed any unusual activity on your Facebook page? Do you see a post, like, or update that isn't yours? This may indicate that someone else is accessing your Facebook account and that you have been hacked. Of course, you can't, so here's how to find out.
Updates and entries that don't belong to you, who doesn't follow or like your behavior, messages sent to people you haven't written to, and dangerous Facebook emails are all common signs of hacked Facebook accounts.
You recently logged into your Facebook account from a computer, mobile device or other location that you have never used before. We have temporarily locked your account for your safety until you can review this activity and ensure that no one else is using it without your permission.
These emails are often sent by mistake, so if you receive an email, don't panic right now. You may receive many of these emails if you use a VPN, mobile device, or travel. There are a few ways to see your Facebook account has been hacked.
When you select the 'See More' option, a list of all the devices and locations where your Facebook account has been accessed will appear. Keep in mind that the location isn't accurate, so it's possible to show the city closest to you instead of your hometown.
If you come across devices you're unfamiliar with, you can easily log them out. All you have to do is click on the three dots on the right side of the screen. Select 'Log Out' from the drop-down menu on the top right of the device.
Finally, you can log out of all your devices at once. At the bottom of the same page select 'Log out of all sessions'.
Note:: Before logging out of sessions, change your password as intruders can easily log back in. We'll show you how to change your password in the following sections.
6. Return to the previous tab and select Log out of all sessions. If necessary, confirm.
7. In the Change Password tab, click Save Changes.
In essence, you open two browser windows, each containing a copy of the security and login page. You can use one to end the session and the other to change your password. You need to act quickly because you don't know whether it is a bot or not. or a person who has access to the account. You kick out whoever is using your account by forcing the session to end. You can update your password immediately by pressing Save Changes. Hopefully, this will be quick enough to prevent the hacker from logging in again.
Changing the password can sometimes end the request for all sessions, but it appears to be hit-or-miss. While there are a few extra steps involved, it always works.
Set up two-factor authentication and set up alerts for unrecognized logins.
1. If you closed the window, go to Security and log in.
2. Next to Get alerts about unrecognized logins, click the Edit button.
3. Set up email and notification alerts. This will result in Facebook sending you a message. Login notification when you log in unusually.
1. Select Use two-factor authentication.
2. Next to Two-Factor Authentication, select Set up. Enter your phone number and follow the prompts. Once these two things are set up, your Facebook account can be as secure as possible. if someone tries to log into your Facebook account from another computer, you will receive an email notification. When they try to log in, they'll be asked to authenticate with your phone, which should stop them.
Is it possible to find out who is logging into my account?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Unless you recognize the device or location, there is no way to know who is accessing your account. Furthermore, you will have no way of knowing whether the intruder is a bot or a real person.