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FB Data leak: Do not delete your Facebook account, make it more secure
This was revealed in a report by the New York Times and London Observer. In such a situation, there has been a growing concern among people about how secure their data is on their favorite social media platforms. Also whether they continue to use it or not. To keep your data secure on Facebook, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Cyber security expert Nitin Bhatnagar explains that on Facebook, you can protect your data to some extent only by changing the settings. For this, you get options in Facebook’s settings.
Enable ‘Two Factor Authentication‘
In such a situation, if your profile is logged on another device, a code is required. To enable ‘Two Factor Authentication’, you will need to go to ‘Account Settings‘ of your profile. Go to ‘Security and Login’ option here, then in the window that opens, in the section of ‘Setting Up Extra Security’, you will get the option of ‘Two Factor Authentication‘. Apart from this, you will also find other security related options here, you can also enable them.
Set password too hard
Password should be at least 8-10 characters. Set your password using alpha numeric (symbol), numeric (count), upper case (capital letters), lower case (English letters) etc.
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