5. Your social media profile has posts you never authorized or wrote
If you see in your Facebook or Twitter account posts that you didn’t write, then most probably someone or something got access to your account.
In this context it can either be a person or an application that you allowed to access your account.To fix this you should change your password immediately and check the applications that are allowed to work with your account. The process you see in the photo above is called “like jacking”: you want to access some content and on the way to see that content the page makes you “like” something.
Enabling two-factor authentication is also a good idea because it would block anyone to login on your behalf. However, this would not prevent a malicious Facebook App to post on your wall.
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