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For most people, having their Facebook account hacked is a nightmare. Imagine if someone had access to all your private messages, could contact your friends, abuse your Facebook page, and delete your personal information. To avoid this, you should regularly update your password and keep other security settings tight.
Once it’s too late, however, you must act fast. The most important thing is – don’t panic! You can regain access to your account.
How Do You Know Your Facebook Account Was Hacked?
First of all, how do you know your Facebook account was hacked if nothing obvious was changed…yet? If a hacker managed to get into your account, they will leave a trace. While their session is active, it will be listed under > Home (top right corner) > Account Settings > Security > Active Sessions (click edit). Here you can end the activity of suspicious sessions.
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If you’ve ever tried to locate the Facebook passageway that takes you through the steps to permanently delete your account, you know it’s not easy to find. That’s because the popular social networking Web site doesn't present an obvious “delete my account” button.
Deactivating your Facebook account is not the same thing as deleting it. While deactivating your profile makes it unavailable for searches or public viewing, Facebook still keeps all of your information in the hopes that you’ll reactivate — a process that’s instantaneous when you log back on. If this seems a bit confusing, don’t despair. There is a fairly simple way to secede from the Facebook nation. Just follow these few steps. Type your Facebook account password, along with the security check words given on your screen, in the fields provided. That’s all there is to it. You should receive an e-mail from Facebook confirming that you’ve chosen to delete your account. The e-mail will also tell you that your profile’s been deactivated and will be deleted within the next 14 days. If you’re not a do-it-yourselfer, you can e-mail Facebook and ask them to delete your account. During the two weeks you’re waiting for Facebook to delete your account, don’t log on to the site. Doing so will automatically reactivate your profile and you’ll have to go though these account deletion steps all over again. If you want to make sure you don’t inadvertently rejoin Facebook, make sure you delete any site-related cookies and Web browser history. Also, don’t click on any Facebook links while you’re visiting other sites until the 14-day waiting period is past.
All of a sudden your Facebook account is posting weird things on all your friend’s walls about some new diet or some “funny” video that they have to watch. But it’s not you! You aren’t on some crazy diet. What’s going on? Most likely it’s an Application.
Facebook Applications are developed by 3rd parties and they aren’t always above board. Some of these developers are just looking to get their spam out onto Facebook and that burns my bunions. Many times you don’t even realize you have given an Application permission to access your information. You are happily clicking around Facebook tra-la-la and bam, you’ve given an Application permission to post to your wall or more. Sneaky little devils.
Here’s what to do when that happens:
Change your password. Just because that’s easy to do. Go to the upper right corner and click on Account and then Account Settings and then your Password can be changed there. Check your Applications. Again in the upper right, Account, then Privacy Settings. Then in the lower left under Apps and Websites click the Edit your settings link. This will show you all the Applications that have access to your profile. Some of these Applications have the ability to post on your wall or your friends wall. Delete any App that you don’t recognize. Now maybe your account has really been hacked and you can’t get back in and bad things are happening. In that case, you can lock it down by going to http://www.Facebook.com/hacked.
UPDATE: I can’t help with hacked accounts – I don’t have any inside contacts to Facebook. If you have been hacked, use the website above and go through the steps listed there! The other place that will give you more information is here:
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