Thursday, September 6, 2012

How To Log Yourself Out Of Facebook Remotely On Other Devices.

For many Facebook users, it’s good to occasionally brush up on your security knowledge and see if there’s a better way you could be doing things. Do you know how to log out of Facebook remotely? Read this guide to maintain more control on your Facebook account security.

Accessing Your Facebook Security Section-

All of the security tools are easily located within the Facebook Security section. Go to the arrow on the top right of Facebook, choose “Account Settings” and then “Security”.

How to Remotely Log Out Of Facebook-

In the Facebook Security section, you’ll see a section called “Active Sessions”. Clicking on that will show you all the places you are currently logged into Facebook. You should see your current session, followed by any other devices which are logged in as you. This could include your mobile, tablet or work computer.

For instance, if you’re at home and you can see you’re still logged in at work, you can click on “End Activity” to ensure none of your co-workers do anything silly with your account. Other useful scenarios could involve leaving yourself logged in at a friend’s house or on a public computer.

Active Sessions
The same goes for any device you don’t recognize, as it could be someone accessing your account. Just click “End Activity” and it will log you out from that device. If you accidentally log out your own phone or tablet it’s no big deal to log in again from the device when you’re ready to use it again.
If Someone Is Accessing Your Facebook Account-

If your suspicious and see that someone is using your Facebook account, you can quickly view the active sessions and “End Activity” for anything suspicious. Then, immediately change your password for Facebook.
You have Done!
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