People have been saying goodbye ever since because plenty of Facebook account has been cracked. With two-factor authentication on your Facebook account, your account won’t be crack even if the intruder knows your email and password.
With Facebook’s two-factor authentication, your account can be fully protected even if someone has your email and password. If you don’t want to use Facebook again, you can delete your account, and don’t forget to download your Facebook information.
Two-factor authentication is available for all apps that want to protect their users’ interests and accounts. Without a 2FA an unauthorized person can easily get access to anyone’s account.
But with a two-factor authentication process enable, you can prevent that. So here’s how you can set up 2FA for your account if you don’t know how to.
How to set up Facebook two-factor authentication
1. Open your Facebook app, and click on the three horizontal lines at the top right corner of your screen. And for iPhone click on the horizontal line at the right bottom corner of your screen.
2. In the tab, go down and click on “Security & Privacy,” and then “Settings.” If you’re using the Lite app scroll down and click on “Settings” before the dark mode.
3. In the Facebook settings, scroll down to the “Security” section and click on “Security and Login.”
4. On the security page, click on “Use two-factor authentication” and select your verification method. Choose between the Authenticator app or your phone number, and click on continue.
5. Choose the phone number you want to use and click on continue. Enter the six-digit code sent to your phone number and click on continue. Enter your password and click on continue to start using Facebook Two-factor authentication.
Once you’ve enabled Facebook two-factor authentication for your account, you will need a password, email address, and your one time pin to get access to your account. With this, it just you that can sign in and no one else.