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Someone Hacked Into Your Facebook

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This facebook safety presentation was based on a true story at our school. It covers the need for a stronger password and adjusting the privacy settings so personal information does not go out over ...

This facebook safety presentation was based on a true story at our school. It covers the need for a stronger password and adjusting the privacy settings so personal information does not go out over the open Interent.

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    Someone Hacked Into Your Facebook Someone Hacked Into Your Facebook Presentation Transcript

    • Go to Edmodo and answer the poll question. In the comments share what social networks you use (ie Facebook, Twitter, etc…).
    • 20 BMS accounts Hacked
    • OMG
    • It was Easy
    • He found all kinds of Information about YOU
    • You made it easy for him
    • Change your passwords to something Hard to guess
    • Don’t publically post info to make it easy guess for him to
    • Only follow or befriend people you know in the real world!
    • Learn the privacy settings of any social network you use!
    • Make sure your privacy settings are set to friends only!
    • Opt out of any attempts to use you or your pictures in advertisements!
    • Let’s Review • Use strong passwords others cannot guess. • Know how to change your privacy settings. • Make sure the privacy settings are set to friends only. • Only follow people you know personally. • Opt out of any attempts to use you in advertising.
    • So this guy won‘t invade your privacy.
    • Notes • Hacker 1 photo: Car Advice: http://www.caradvice.com.au/67732/cracking -the-code-can-hackers-kill-your-car/ • Hacker 2 photo: Why Black Women are Angry http://whyblackwomenareangry.blogspot.com/2 009/09/beware-of-hackers.html • facebook screenshots John Woodring and facebook.com • Shocked face: Daddysplace http://daddysplace2.com/2008/12/08/