Add Some Extra Security

It's a good idea to throw in some additional layers of security on your Facebook account. No, you shouldn't be worried that someone will break into your account and start "liking" BuzzFeed articles like crazy. But you should be concerned that someone could get in and use the information they find to steal your identity. 

Here are two smart things you can do to protect yourself: 

1) Create a log-in approval. This setting will only allow your Facebook account to be opened on a new browser after you enter a special code sent to your phone. To enable it, go to Settings > Security > Login Approvals. You'll be sent a test code to verify your device's authenticity. 

2) Create some Trusted Contacts. Trusted Contacts are Facebook friends (you'll need to choose between three and five) who can securely help you regain access to your account—for example if you forget your password or lose your mobile device—OR a nefarious person breaks in and decides to lock YOU out. To enable this function, just go to Settings > Security > Trusted Contacts. And remember, you can always change your contacts later.
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