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Why does Facebook show that I logged in on an unknown device?
If another device has been used to login into your account (like that of a hacker), it will show up in your security and login settings under “Where You’re Logged In”. If you see any such activity log out of the unknown device immediately. How to log out from other devices: Go to your Security and Login Settings.
Can you tell who tried to log into your Facebook?
By enabling the feature, Facebook will notify you if it sees a login from a suspicious source. To set up the feature, go to Settings and Privacy > Settings > Security and login > Setting up extra security > Get alerts about unrecognized logins.
What does the IP address on Facebook Show You?
The IP address you see is the source IP address Facebook logged when someone logged in. If that’s a wireless (3G,LTE) connection, this IP will probably point to the ISP they were using.
Can you see who has logged into your Facebook account?
Fortunately, Facebook is way ahead of us and has a simple way to find out who has logged onto your account and when. Log into Facebook as normal. Select the small down arrow at the top menu to access settings. Click on ‘Settings & Privacy.’ Click on ‘Settings.’ On the left-hand side, select ‘Security and Login.’
How accurate is Facebook’s IP tracking?
When someone logs into your Facebook or Messenger, you can get the IP number and trace it. Does this mean that’s the location they were at when they logged in, and how accurate is it? And yes and no. The IP address you see is the source IP address Facebook logged when someone logged in.
What happens when someone logs into your Facebook account on another computer?
Each time someone logs in to your account at an unrecognized computer or mobile device, Facebook will alert you via text message or e-mail. With that information, you can end that session (see No. 3) and change your password.