you're right, I should.
they won?t be facejacking (or the less salubrious term, fraping) you, and if they do have that kind of access, well, your problems might be bigger than just Facebook.
So here?s how:
1 ? Log into Facebook and in the top right drop-down Account menu select ?Account Settings?.
2 ? In the Settings screen that appears, click the Edit link next to ?Account Security?.
Make the following changes:
a - Tick the box to enable secure browsing, this will ensure that your communication with Facebook is always encrypted where possible and guard and password stealing tools like Firesheep.
b ? Under Login notifications, select whether you would like an email or SMS notification when an unrecognised device tries to access your account.
c ? Under Login approvals tick the box to have a security code sent to your mobile device, and you?re all set. Even if someone knows your password, they still won?t be able to login without the security code.
I'll believe corporations are persons when Texas executes one.: LBJ's Ghost