Updating password on facebook
Facebook is taking steps to protect its own users in the aftermath of an Adobe hack that affected tens of millions of customer accounts.
The company is asking anyone that used identical login credentials across both services to change their Facebook password immediately.
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To change your password, follow these steps.1) Open the Google security settings page and click Change password.2) This will take you to the page where you can change the password.
Enter your current password once and the new password twice. That's it.(Also see: How To Stop Google From Tracking You On The Web)Forgot your password?
Make sure that you have a password with uppercase, lowercase letters, numbers and symbols for this account, to make the password harder to crack.
A published author and professional speaker, David Weedmark has advised businesses and governments on technology, media and marketing for more than 20 years.
He has taught computer science at Algonquin College, has started three successful businesses, and has written hundreds of articles for newspapers and magazines throughout Canada and the United States.
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