Tips to prevent hacking of Facebook

Hacking on social networks is not new, up one. Lately, Facebook user accounts are often targeted for fraudulent purposes.

Various methods are carried out by cyber criminals in order to take over one’s own account, including through the confirmation code change Facebook password is sent via SMS.

But in fact, Facebook has introduced a service called Log Approval alias entry permits since 2011. The aim is to prevent hacking by cyber criminals.

Andrew Song, Product Manager of Facebook said, “Facebook is always working to keep your account and information belonging to users. Users will also be given more control over their account.”

This service departs from the increasing number of people who use Facebook, whether for business or interconnected with others, users need a control to protect their accounts from unauthorized access.

Login Approvals is a two-factor authentication system that requires users to enter a code that is sent up to the user’s mobile phone number via SMS. With that code, then the user has successfully logged into the new device.

Once you enter this security code, you have the option to remember passwords in a computer (or device), so you do not need to do this step again in order to login.

With Login Approvals, users will get a notification if one of his Facebook account login from an unknown device. If it turns out the user does not perform the login process, they are allowed to change your Facebook password.

Therefore, cyber criminals will not be able to sign in to your account and you would not be losing money.

Well, if you ever lose your phone and Login Approvals-enabled, you still have another option to authorize your account from the account login information is still stored on the device, for example, you are still logged on Facebook via a home computer. With the extant accounts, Facebook make sure you can regain access to your Facebook account.

It is important to remember that an SMS containing the licensing code Login Approvals is private, so please do not tell anyone else who asks.

Why Social Media Postings Looking at Rare Responded?

Ever feel what you write and spread in social media are not addressed readers? You are not alone, there are many others who also suffer the same fate as you.

The intention does every posting something on social media want to read and responded to by many people, but the reality is precisely the other said.

Here are three reasons why you rarely post your followers responded:

1. Less Caring Followers

Ever noticed your followers on social media? If not, you should start interacting with them. If dozens of followers just do not notice, how could you have care hundreds or even thousands of followers in social media.

The followers in social media did not expect you to be their best friend, but at least with the interaction will make people at least want to see and comment on what you’re posting.

For example, you market and sell a product, certainly hope that many are buying, social media is one way of effective marketing.

Begin to educate your followers by uploading infographics, video or visual quotations from people and interact with them.

Most people usually buy products from others known and trusted. If you rarely interact with them, how you can sell the product to them?

2. Lack of Frequency

If the day you make one or two posts up less response, especially tweet in Twitter posts quickly replaced by others in the next few minutes.

If you want to tweet seen and clicked by the followers, two or three tweets a day was not enough. Hence adds Twitter posts was the frequency of at least two to three hours, so that people can see and know what the purpose of the product and the sales are posted.

The most important thing for the posting frequency that can build trust with your followers. Smart and efficient way to do this is with social media automation applications.

With the app, you can choose one day to schedule all social media posts, you will also save time and be more productive.

3. Posts Less Diverse

There are several types of followers in social media, there are choosing prefer to read the blog post, to hear the interview, or is there something rather watch the video. It is important to know if you want your post addressed followers social media.

Therefore, make a variety of posts social media account you have. You need to understand what it VARK (Visual, Auditory, Read, and Kinesthetic) that describes the four types of followers, the following explanation:

a. Visual (remember information best by seeing things like infographics, meme, maps, and charts)

b. Auditory (remember information best by reading)

c. Read or read / write (remember information best by reading and / or writing)

d. Kinesthetic (remember the best information from participating in activities)

Facebook Use of Artificial Intelligence for Human Population Map

Facebook plans to make everyone in the world connected to the Internet is still far from expectations. This is because there are some problems that can’t be resolved. One of them is a problem that has not been accurate mapping.

To overcome this, Facebook took the initiative to create their own mapping network. Facebook uses high resolution images from satellites and machines with artificial intelligence to map the human settlements in these photos.

“Our goal is to find ways to develop the technology and understand how to connect every human being on this planet,” said Head of Engineering and Infrastructure Facebook Global Jay Parikh.

Therefore, since last year, Facebook Connectivity Lab is already working with artificial intelligence divisions of Facebook itself, to start mapping the human population. As a first step, Facebook has been mapped in 20 countries with an area of ​​21.6 million square kilometers.

From the initial mapping, Facebook managed to raise about 14.6 billion images from satellite imagery. Then, to determine the human existence of these pictures, Facebook uses a simple machine that is already supported by artificial intelligence.

It is equipped with a special algorithm, the machine can look for images that are considered to have the characteristics of human settlements. And, to do that, Facebook has also trained the machine uses thousands of machines in the data center Facebook.

Later, the data processing is done up is also available in each country. Facebook also plans to use this data to other analysis needs, so it can be used for the purposes of scientists, government, or business.

And to support the plan, Facebook has established cooperation with Columbia University. This is done to allow data to be used in other areas. Therefore, Facebook itself only requires this data for internal purposes as a reference for developing a wider internet connectivity.

Facebook Releases Tools User Prevent Suicide

Social media is currently being used to shed the feeling of depression, stressful life experienced by users. Even pressure that causes many people to hurt themselves to suicide.

Social media Facebook seems to take this seriously by launching a new feature that is said to prevent a user to commit suicide.

Now the feature has been launched in Australia, before the United States was the first country to receive this new feature. To bring this feature, Facebook cooperate with the initiation of local mental health Forefront, Now Matters Now, and the National Suicide Lifeline Preventation.

This feature works on what is posted by the user and other users can report it to Facebook and urged to call the emergency services. For this feature, Facebook has a team that works all the time to review these reports.

Even Facebook is also providing mental health experts to provide advice to terms with the feelings of the user. Hopefully with this new tool, Facebook can reduce the number of suicide victims in Australia.

Notes Update, Want to Compete Facebook Platform Blog

Notes feature in Facebook now appear to be different. Facebook gives new design touches on this feature, allowing facebookers more fun to share like experiences in a blog entry.

Notes was introduced on August 22, 2006. Since its inception, the Notes was promoted as a blogging system, although in contrast to his form blogging platform for real.

As it grows, Facebook added a variety of functions including tags and embedded images. Facebook also allows users to import content from sites like LiveJournal blog, Blogger, Xanga and others. But then this features removed a year ago.

facebook notes

Facebook Notes failed to attract users even can not compete with the blog site. Most of them were happy to write more like poured directly on their blog. Even wrote on Facebook Notes, they usually use to lead readers to their blogs which is located in WordPress, Blogger, Tumblr and others.

With the latest update, Facebook gives a new twist on Notes. Users can embed a larger photo, text format with a header, adds quote, even add a bulleted list.

Photos added to the caption text can also be given, and the user can adjust the image size to fit the text. Anyway, this time up to do more for the Notes, making it much like a blog.

Changes in the Notes can be found from today. If you have not found any changes to the Notes, be patient. This update was released in stages to be available to all users.

Facebook Makes Drone spreaders Wi-Fi

Facebook building a solar-powered unmanned aircraft, capable of flying at an altitude of between 18,000 to 27,000 meters. Is named Aquila, these aircraft are used to spread Wi-Fi access to some parts of the world who still lack internet connectivity.

Unmanned aircraft or the extent this is not mere wishful plan. Its products are already finished and is now ready to be tested. According to VP of Engineering Facebook Jay Parikh, Aquila made in the USA and will be tested in the US Area by the end of this year.

It is not entirely a surprise from the social networking company founded by Mark Zuckerberg. Last November, Zuckerberg had said it would set up a team to create a drone.

However, since Zuckerberg argued that, Facebook never really boasted related to the continuation plan of the CEO. Next thing I know now is meant aircraft were ready for testing.

Aircraft carrier Wi-Fi internet access is able to spread to areas with a radius of 80 km from the aircraft’s distance. Aircraft weight of about 400 kg and will first be tested at an altitude of 21,000 to 24,000 meters above sea level.

Currently, only one aircraft has been completed and once used as a prototype. Going forward, Facebook will spawn similar planes to spread Internet access more widely.

In accordance ideals, Zuckerberg wants to connect all people around the world into the realm of cyberspace. Some time ago Facebook has launched Internet.org to some developing countries, including Indonesia.

Facebook predicts there are 2.5 million people in the world who has not felt internet access. These people who will be embraced Facebook to inter-connected with the rest of the world community.

Facebook warns users to not post links YouTube

Facebook seems to want to compete with YouTube. Not only provides social networking services, Facebook is now interested as a provider of video platform.

If previous Facebook let users share the YouTube video link, the company is now led by Mark Zuckerberg was giving a warning to the user.

Facebook directly encourage users to upload videos directly into their platform. Thus, Facebook users can keep track of how many other users watch videos uploaded by users.

The social networking giant also claims, many users prefer if the video is directly uploaded to Facebook, is not uploaded to YouTube. However, the choice remains in the hands of users, if you want to upload the video to YouTube or Facebook.

The information circulated previously revealed, Facebook is predicted to threaten YouTube if they managed to establish cooperation with the largest record label company. If so, YouTube could lose the access of the most popular content segments.

Earlier this year, Facebook announced that they provide a video upload feature ’embed’ to other websites. The company also saw the development of video content for augmented reality technology.

The data also revealed that streaming video is growing significantly in the mobile platform. Approximately 65 percent accessed the Facebook video comes from mobile devices, while 50 percent of the access to watch YouTube videos on mobile platforms.