Facebook 'One-time Password, Sing-out Remotely' and More Security Features Launched

Facebook launches new features to make Facebook more secure:First, is the new "one-time passwords" that make it safer to use public computers. Simply add your mobile phone bumber in your account, and text "otp" to 32665 on your mobile phone, and you'll receive a password that expires in 20 minutes.Sign out of Facebook remotely is […]

Facebook launches new features to make Facebook more secure:

  • First, is the new "one-time passwords" that make it safer to use public computers. Simply add your mobile phone bumber in your account, and text "otp" to 32665 on your mobile phone, and you'll receive a password that expires in 20 minutes.
  • Sign out of Facebook remotely is now available to everyone. These session controls can be useful if you log into Facebook from a friend's phone or computer and then forget to sign out. Under Account Security section of Account Settings page you'll see all active sessions, along with information about each session. In the unlikely event that someone accesses your account without your permission, you can also shut down unauthorized login before resetting your password and taking other steps to secure your account and computer.
  • Session controls page: If you ever lose access to your account, having this information helps us verify who you're and get you back into your account quickly. You don't have to wait for us to prompt you; you can update your security information at any time from this page.

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