Attempted hack on famous Tech-Blogger Jane Manchun Wong’s Facebook account

Facebook is a social networking site where users can chat in real-time, watch short videos, leave comments, swap photos, and share links to significant online content. Shared content can be made accessible to everyone, only to a select group of close friends or family members, or to a single person.

If you’re an active Facebook user, you might have come across a lot of people’s accounts being hacked or might have at least heard about it. Recently, Jane Manchun Wong, who is a tech blogger, brought to her Twitter that someone might be interested in hacking her Facebook account. She shared a screenshot of a warning from Facebook warning her about the hack.

What are the points that might indicate your account is being hacked?

Your account may have been hacked if you noticed these activities:
  • The email or password of your account has changed.
  • Your name or birthday has changed.
  • Friend requests have been sent to people you don’t know.
  • Messages have been sent that you didn’t write.
  • Posts or ads have been made that you didn’t create.

What to do if your Facebook account is hacked?

  • Change your Facebook Account Password
  • Report the Compromised Account to Facebook
  • Remove Rogue Application and Browser Add-ons
  • Caution your Friends and Family

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