Why do I keep getting login alerts for Facebook?
You can improve the security of your Facebook account by getting an alert when someone tries logging in from a device or web browser we don’t recognize. These alerts will tell you which device tried logging in and where it’s located.
How do I turn on login notifications for Facebook?
Tap Settings. Tap Security and Login. Tap Get alerts about unrecognized logins. Choose how you’d like to receive your alert – through Facebook notifications, Messenger or email.
Do you get a notification when someone tries to log into your Facebook?
If someone does try to get into your account Facebook will immediately notify you of the attempt and will lock your account. With your account locked Facebook will ask you to review the login attempt. “Someone recently tried to log in to your account from an unrecognized device or mobile device.
How do I see my Facebook login devices?
– Open the Facebook app and tap on the three line icon on the top corner where you find all the app settings. – Here you will see a section titled ‘Where you’re logged in’. The section will be showing the top two devices from where you stay logged in the most. Tap on the ‘See more’ option below the mentioned devices.
Is my Facebook being monitored?
Scroll down under “Settings & Privacy,” then select “Settings.” Under “Security,” select “Security and Login.” You will find yourself on the page with a section called “Where you’re logged in.” Facebook will show you the “Active now” status in blue letters. It should be the device you are currently using.
Why does Facebook say im logged in in another state?
Facebook grabs your most frequent log-in IP address. Many providers change IP addresses on a rotating basis, and your provider may have their main server installation many miles away.