[Lượm] A Guide to Facebook Security For Young Adults, Parents, and Educators
Top Tips for Staying Secure on Facebook
• Only Friend people you know.
• Create a good password and use it only for Facebook.
• Don’t share your password.
• Change your password on a regular basis.
• Share your personal information only with people and companies that need it.
• Log into Facebook only ONCE each session. If it looks like Facebook is asking you to log in a second time, skip the links and
directly type www.facebook.com into your browser address bar.
• Use a one-time password when using someone else’s computer.
• Log out of Facebook after using someone else’s computer.
• Use secure browsing whenever possible.
• Only download Apps from sites you trust.
• Keep your anti-virus software updated.
• Keep your browser and other applications up to date.
• Don’t paste script (code) in your browser address bar.
• Use browser add-ons like Web of Trust and Firefox’s NoScript to keep your account from being hijacked.
• Beware of “goofy” posts from anyone—even Friends. If it looks like something your Friend wouldn’t post, don’t click
• Scammers might hack your Friends’ accounts and send links from their accounts. Beware of enticing links coming from
Remember to STOP | THINK | CONNECT!
Full text: https://www.facebook.com/safety/attachment/Guide%20to%20Facebook%20Security.pdf