Facebook two-factor authentication without phone number

Εάν διαθέτετε προφίλ στο Facebook, δεν έχει σημασία αν το χρησιμοποιείτε ή όχι, είναι σημαντικό να προσθέσετε έλεγχο ταυτότητας παραγόντων, για περισσότερη ασφάλεια.

Το κοινωνικό δίκτυο διαθέτει ήδη μια επιλογή που χρησιμοποιεί SMS για την PIN επαλήθευσης, αλλά σήμερα προστέθηκε μια νέα που σας επιτρέπει να προστατεύετε το without having to give your phone number.Facebook

All you need is an authentication application, such as Google Authenticator or authy.

Ας δούμε πως μπορείτε να χρησιμοποιήσετε το νέο ασφαλείας. Συνδεθείτε στο λογαριασμό σας στο Facebook, και από την διαδρομή Ρυθμίσεις Ασφάλεια και Σύνδεση στο πεδίο έλεγχο ταυτότητας δύο παραγόντων ακολουθήστε τα παρακάτω βήματα.

If you do not want to do the above route, click on the link:


Select the authentication application and you will see a QR box.
Enable the verification app (from Add New Application), give a new connection (myfacebook) and scan the QR box using the application of your choice.
Type the six-digit password that is automatically generated on your device at Facebook's prompt

In addition to removing your phone number from your Facebook database, this method will not forward you text messages whenever someone tries to violate your account.

So the next time you sign in to Facebook from a new device or after the cookies that are already stored on your device expire, you need to run the authentication application to type the code that will show you.

The new security addition, which essentially gives you the option to withdraw the phone device from the , is another measure taken by Facebook in the wake of its scandal Cambridge Analytica.


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