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Do This Right Now Before Hackers Hack into Your Facebook Account

Just recently, we've heard a large number of people complaining about their Facebook accounts being hacked. The most interesting thing to note is that the majority of Facebook accounts that are being hacked belongs to the elderly ones amongst us. It simply means that the older ones are at a disadvantage compared to the younger folks due to a very good reason. You already know what that reason is. Technological awareness. This is the more reason you need to follow us and like our pages on all social media…

How to Recover a Hacked Instagram Account in 5 minutes

If you think that your Instagram account has been hacked or otherwise compromised, it is critical that you take action as quickly as possible. To recover access to your account, follow the procedures outlined below: Check your email account to see if you have received an Instagram message. Request a Login Link from Instagram to log in. Request a Security Code or Support from Instagram. How to Recover a Hacked Instagram Account Let's explain in details all we have outlined above, follow each process…

How to Protect Your Instagram Account from Being Hacked

Receiving a hacking attempt on your personal Instagram account can be a frightening experience, especially if you and your business relies on the social media platform to generate sales, leads or just to socialize. In order to prevent your Instagram account from being hacked, you should take the following steps that we are about providing for you: After all, they say that the best defense is a well-organized offense! We have been able to summarize these defense into 4 safety guides to keep your Instagram account…

Zuckerberg’s dream of launching a cryptocurrency is officially over

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to democratize crypto payments through Facebook has failed. The project, called the Diem Association, said it had disbanded, with its assets selling for a reported US$200 million. Launched in 2019, the initiative aimed to make spending money through tokens tied to the value of the U.S. dollar as easy “as sending a text message,” per The Wall Street Journal, but ran into regulatory resistance from the start. Officials were particularly concerned about the project’s potential impact on financial…