What To Do if Your Facebook Account Is Compromised

Keeping your Facebook account safe can be quite tricky. Unfortunately, Facebook provides one of the worst suites of recovery features that we’ve ever seen. So what are you supposed to do if your Facebook account is compromised? This guide will teach you exactly what you need to do if someone compromises your Facebook account.

What Does A Compromised Facebook Account Mean?

A compromised Facebook account is an account with weakened security. For example, if a hacker has access to your account, or if your details are posted online, then your account is compromised. Weakened security can also refer to a lack of 2FA features or using a common word or phrase as your main account password.

Facebook Account Compromised Account Lock
If you get this message, someone has compromised your Facebook account. Even if you recover it, you should take extra precautions from now on. | Source: Facebook

If your Facebook account is no longer safe for you to use, it can be considered compromised. No matter how your account has been compromised, you should make immediate moves to secure it from future attacks.

What To Do if Your Facebook Account Is Compromised

How you should react to your lack of security will depend on the context of the issue. If a hacker has compromised your account, you should take steps to recover the account and remove the hacker. However, if you have lax security of your own volition, following steps to make your account more secure is a much more safe route to take.

In the case of poor security, follow our guide to secure your Facebook account. It will teach you everything you need to know to keep your account safe in the future and make it safer from hackers in the present.

Facebook Recovery Session
Our recovery sessions could be the key to solving your compromised Facebook account issues. | Source: Hacked

If you believe hackers have compromised your account, you should follow our Facebook account recovery guide. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about recovering any hacked accounts. If you’re still struggling to recover your account, we offer recovery sessions that can help you.

Further Steps You Can Take

You can take some further actions to ensure that you don’t compromise your account in the future. Keep your account details up-to-date to ensure that you’re always able to recover your account. You should also ensure that you really know everyone on your friend list. If you add strangers as friends, it can cause problems when you have to prove your identity during account recovery.

The simplest step you can take to improve your security is to invest in our protection packages. We offer a monthly subscription service that helps you to stay safe online. These packages also include free recovery sessions should anything happen to your account. For more information, visit our protection plan area.

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