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I had the same issue. This can be resolved by using a VPN like Spotflux. Do a hard refresh on the Security settings page, and you should see Login approvals in the list. It's interesting to note that as soon as you return to an Indian IP address, the option vanishes again. Access to Login approvals seems to be limited geographically. But once you enable it, ...
Whenever you get mail like this, always check the address that you are receiving this email from. For example, if Google sent it, you should receive it from firstname.lastname@example.org If the email doesn't seem legit, try looked for mailed-by and signed-by sections of the email. (This is easily available in Gmail). Also, when you click on a link, verify that you are ...
Follow these steps: Account > Security > 2-step Verification Setting > Registered Computers > Require Codes
I just did this. Set up a hootsuite account using a email address and password (not Twitter) and then from your account, add your twitter account. Now, you can give out your hootsuite email id and password out and they'd be able to manage your Twitter from the Hootsute web app. I might be wrong or have not thought about it from different angles but it ...
Ok I found it. Apparently that is a paid feature in HootSuite. https://hootsuite.com/plans However, I found a way around it for either HootSuite or TweetDeck. You can sign up for a throwaway Twitter account to do all the authentication yourself and add all the accounts that you need, then give out the password to the throwaway account. Since all the ...
This works: On your Gmail mail box look at the bottom right corner and you can see a Details button. Click on it and then on the pop up window change the suspicious warning settings. Source : https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/EMq9NNkjDD0
You asked two questions.. Can someone (employee/freelancer) steal a Twitter account if you give them the password? There is an option in Settings->Security and Privacy that will prevent someone from changing the password without out having 'personal information'. So that will protect you from having your password changed. But they could change your ...
Go to your hijacked account. Block it. When you'll try blocking it, Facebook will provide you with a few options. There is one which says It's my old account or something like this. You can get the account taken down by following the walk-through from there. I hope it helps.
Try using forgot password by using the password recovery process through email you can try gaining access but other wise there is no possibility to gain the access by of hijacked accounts in facebook
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