In this world now, we all know hackers are real and the most essential way is that we take good care of our very own accounts online. No one wants to lose an Instagram account with thousands of followers and Twitter account as well.
So in this case, we need to protect our belongings against all sorts of cybersecurity attacks. Actually, this post is all about when should you change your social media accounts password.
In this era, technology is going far and hackers are gaining more advanced tech to attack everyone online. Actually, 90% of every app developer and founders are trying to make sure that there isn’t any security loophole in their app or website.
So for example, Facebook is under protection because the owner will make it safe at all costs but even if Facebook is safe your own account can be compromised. If care isn’t taken, you can be hacked even if you haven’t experienced it before.
How do you know when you should change your password?
Changing your password shouldn’t be on a daily basis. So how do you when to change your password?
Six Conditions To Know When You Should Change Your Social Media Accounts Password?
- After a service discloses a security incident.
- If there is evidence of unauthorized access to your account.
- If there is evidence of malware or other compromises of your device.
- If you logged in to the account on a shared or public computer (such as at a library or hotel).
- If you shared access to an account with someone else, and they no longer use the login.
- Even if it’s been a year or more since you last changed the password, especially if you don’t have multi-factor authentication enabled.
If you notice any of the six suspicious activity in your social media accounts, please change it immediately or you forget it. Hackers are real and don’t ever think you can’t be hacked.
Make sure you enable Two-Factor authentication in all your social media accounts for more security guard. Two-Factor create an extra layer to tighten up your social media accounts security.
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