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  • Facebook safety, 2011

    1. 1. A guide for our parentsby the 7th and 8th grade classesFACEBOOK SAFETY, 2011
    2. 2. After reading and discussing security issues withsocial networking, the seventh and eighth gradestudents were asked to create a project of theirown choice that would be a guide for theirparents to Internet safety, especially with usingFacebook©. This presentation containsinformational posters (anyone choosing todesign a poster needed to create a set of them).Other students have designed web pages, skits,and brochures. These, too, will be uploaded asthey are finished.
    3. 3. [SAS1] Always Logout! Logging Out and Changing Password 1. Always logout when at a friend’s house. 2. Change your password often. 3. Make sure your passwords strong. 4. Don’t tell your friends you password.
    4. 4. [SAS1] Avoid Scammers 1. They want to access your information. 2. They want to sell your information or even scamyour friends. 3. Never click on links that you don’t know is safe. 4. If you’re being scammed it will never direct you thefacebook homepage.
    5. 5. [SAS1] Tips To Keep Your Facebook Safe •Only friend people you know. •Create a good password and only use it for facebook. •Don’t share your password. •Change your password on a regular basis. •Only download Apps from sites you trust. •Keep your anti-virus software updated. •Keep your browser and other applications up to date also. •Use a one-time password when your at a friends house.
    6. 6. Facebook Security Logging Out•Log out before you exit your website.•Never forget to log out before you gosomewhere else. Good Passwords•Remember to change your passwordregularly.•Don’t use it for all of your accounts.•Don’t share it with your friends.•Don’t use weak passwords- (qwerty)•Use strong passwords.
    7. 7. 1. Only friend people you know.2. Don’t share your password.3. Look at the address bar and make sure its www.facebook.com4. Keep your anti-virus software updated.5. Use the Web of Trust add-on to tell you if websites are secure.6. Change your password daily.7. Make sure you log out before you go somewhere.8. Don’t click on weird posts.9. Create good passwords.10. Use secure web browsers like firefox.11. Only use apps that are trusted.
    8. 8. Change your Password and Logging OutAlways Remember to Log OutChange your Password RegularlyDon’t Share your PasswordMake Sure it is a Strong PasswordDon’t use your Email Password for Facebook [
    9. 9. Avoiding ScamsThey Want Your InformationPhisher Try to Trick You in to Giving Them Your InfoMake Sure it is a Real Facebook log inMalicious Script Scam Gives You Fake Games and to See Who Has BeenStalking You
    10. 10. Recovering a Hacked AccountYou May Notice Status Updates You didn’t post Also You Might not be able to log inPut in Your Cell phone Number in so They can Notify You
    11. 11. Information for this presentation was obtained from the followingsource:McCarthy, Linda, Keith Watson, and Denise Weldon-Siviy."OwnYourSpace: A Guide to Facebook Security |Facebook." Welcome to Facebook - Log In, Sign Up or LearnMore. Facebook.com, 18 Aug. 2011. Web. 02 Dec. 2011.<http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150261846610766>.