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David A. George


September 18, 2012

Protect Your Facebook Account In 1-2-3 Easy Steps Now!

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Stop what you’re doing right now, because this could be the best news you’ve heard all day.

Have you ever felt like your Facebook account has been hacked, or maybe on vacation you left your account logged in at a hotel somewhere in Las Vegas?

Fret not, my friends! Facebook has provided the answer to your security concerns.

Continue to get the easy 1-2-3 on how to check and see where your Facebook account is being accessed right now…

Protect Your Facebook Account!

Protect Your Facebook Account in 1-2-3 Easy Steps Now!

 1. Open “Account Settings”

2. Click “Security” on the left hand side

3. Click “Edit” on the active sessions and end all suspicious activity and locations

We’ve been getting a lot of questions on what this means for users. Here’s the low-down from Facebook on what Active Sessions are:

“The Active Sessions section of your Security Settings page shows you a list of the recent times your Facebook account has been accessed. Each entry includes the date, time and approximate location when signing in, and the type of device used to access your account.”

Make sure you do this now…or else Lucky the Clown could be posting from your account tomorrow!

Also, share this with your friends if this helped keep you safe, and tell us in the comments below – “YES” or “NO” – did this help calm some of your security issues with Facebook?



David A. George I'm a UX + Growth Marketer passionate about people, music, intelligent UX, Android, and breathing underwater. I'd love to connect with you on LinkedIn, Twitter, and on my website.