If you suspect that your Facebook password was leaked or that your account was breached, act fast! Facebook hackers could lock you out of your account and hassle your friends and family. Secure your Facebook account now and get it back before it's too late. We'll show you how.
In case your Facebook hacker hasn't changed your password, you got lucky! Immediately update your password before you log out of suspicious sessions (you don't want to alert the hacker). If it's too late, head to step 1b.
If the hacker did change your password, and you need to recover your Facebook account, act quickly. Try to regain access. There is a Forgot your password? link underneath the Facebook login:
If the hacker changed your email address, you should have received a message to the original address. Find this message because it contains a special link that will let you reverse the change and secure your account.
This is a precautionary step in case the hacker has used your account to reach out to people. If you presently can't access your account, contact your Facebook friends through other social networks, by email, or have a mutual friend inform them via Facebook.
If you have a personal ad account, then you need to connect it to a Business Manager. If you've never run ads with your personal ad account, then you need to create a new ad account inside Business Manager before you can create Facebook ad campaigns. Learn more about Business Manager and ad accounts from the Facebook Ads Help Center.
On Facebook, you need an admin role for a Page and Business Manager before you can access all of Facebook's settings and make certain changes. Pages and Business Managers have separate account permissions, which means that you need admin roles for each one. The Business Manager that you select in Facebook and Instagram by Meta must be the owner of the Facebook page during onboarding. If the Facebook Page is owned by a different Business Manager, then the Facebook Page isn't listed as an option to connect. If you can't connect a desired Facebook Page, then check that the Facebook Business Manager you are connecting owns the Facebook page, or try connecting a different Business Manager.
Chris Loizos was locked out of his account after a hacker got in. Because the hacker changed the email address tied to his profile, Loizos has no way to reset the password and get back in. And try as he might, he cannot connect with an actual human being at Facebook to help him get back in.
What you need to take into account, however, is that each of these companies will first try to figure out if you are actually trustworthy. Here are just some of the elements that will help a company determine if you are really you, and not someone else:
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You'll have to reset your password by clicking the Forgot Your Password link underneath the Facebook login. You will need to provide information to identify yourself, such as the email address you used to register with Facebook, the phone number associated with your account, your Facebook username, or your name and the name of one of your Facebook friends.
False warnings about hackers invading Facebook accounts have been shared since at least 2011. Some of them involve insulting messages that are purportedly posted to the walls of friends of the rightful owners of those accounts. The copy-and-paste text appears in varying forms in emails and social media posts. For example, this variation from 2021 claimed that a "new hack on Facebook" aimed to "hurt and offend" friends:
WARNING EVERYBODY: New hackers on Facebook and what they write is aggression from you and it's insulting. It's really nasty and it appears to come from you. You do not see it, but your friends do. One result of this can be that you will be deleted on your friends list. I just want to say, if you get something that is offensive, malicious, vulgar, etc., it is ABSOLUTELY NOT from me! Copy this and let your friends know. If you get anything like this from me, please tell me and report it immediately to Facebook. Apparently it can come in messages too. Everyone knows me and knows how I am, so please don't be fooled! PLEASE do NOT share! "COPY AND PASTE" ONLY!
Facebook accounts can be retooled by hackers to issue missives their actual owners would never send. The posting of derogatory notes on friends' walls is one example. However, the mechanism whereby malcontents gain such control is one of social engineering rather than computer wizardry. There is no special programming trick the ill-intentioned master that allows them to seize control of social media accounts. Further, there is no way for a "new hack on Facebook" to randomly access personal accounts to use them to send insulting and/or sexual messages in others' names. (So-called Facebook "pirates" might have been able to achieve a similar effect. However, they did so by creating new accounts that impersonate existing accounts, not by "hacking" into the latter.)
In sum, security-conscious users need not worry about a "new hack on Facebook" that might hurt, offend, or insult friends. "Hackers" will not suddenly seize control of Facebook accounts. In order for an account to be "hacked," users would have to actively do something to open the door and allow hijackers to access their accounts.
Portal users can easily link their WhatsApp account and log in. You'll just need your Portal device, WhatsApp downloaded and enabled on your Android or iPhone, and access to an internet browser. You'll also need to be ready to scan a QR code provided by Portal.
To connect your Portal to your Workplace account, you need to make sure the device's software is version 1.1.2 or later. You'll also need to have access to an internet browser, so you can enter a confirmation pin at workplace.com/device.
While Workplace users can use the Portal app, at present, they can't log in to their Portal device with their Workplace account. Facebook is in the process of developing a way to sign in to your Portal device with your Workplace email and password, but for now, you'll need to log in with either a WhatsApp or Facebook account.
There are two ways to create a VarageSale account. The easiest way is to create an account that is verified by connecting to your Facebook account, which uses your currently logged in Facebook account to verify and authenticate your account on VarageSale. This means remembering a separate password is not needed.
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