Has your Facebook account been hacked?
Most of us don't know until someone posts or messages in our name and we had nothing to do with it.
Ken Colburn with Data Doctors says there's a system where you can see who has logged into your account and from where.
Go to Facebook settings, then security and "where you logged in."
If you see something unfamiliar, you can stop it.
Then change your username and password.
Colburn also recommends setting up 2-factor authentication.
"Every time Facebook sees there's a new login from a new machine, something they don't recognize, they're going to send you a special code to your smartphone," Colburn explained.
You can only get in with that code.
And then ask not to be alerted about that device again.
Colburn also says use different usernames and password for online accounts and change your passwords regularly.
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