Facebook is asking its users to re-enter their passwords. Ironically, this is happening after users click on a Facebook ad from Facebook itself to help them improve their account security. Facebook often runs an ad (Sponsored Story) on its service called “Account Protection.” You may have seen it before.
Why is Facebook asking me to sign in again?
Reasons you may be asked to log in again include:
You changed your Facebook password. Multiple accounts are logged in on your Portal and one of the accounts got logged out. Multiple accounts are logged in on your Portal and one of the accounts changed their Facebook password. There was a software update on your Portal.
Why do I have to keep resetting my Facebook password?
Usually, the password reset prompt comes when someone is trying to access your account and fails. If they succeed, it means they have your password or were able to reset it themselves. Sometimes, though, Facebook will detect signs of a compromised account and will lock it even a while after the time it was compromised.
How do I stop Facebook from asking to save passwords?
Turn Off “Save Password” Pop-Ups in Chrome for Android
Here, choose the “Settings” option. Navigate to the “Passwords” section. Tap the toggle next to the “Save Passwords” option. Chrome for Android will now stop bugging you about saving usernames and passwords to your Google account.
How do you stay logged into Facebook?
Tap the Password field on the form, and enter your Facebook password. Tap the blue Log In button. This will sign you into your account, and open your News Feed. You will stay logged in on the app unless you manually log out, or delete the app and re-install it later.
Does Facebook ever ask you to change your password?
Facebook will never ask you for your password in an email or Facebook message.
Why do I have to log in to Facebook every day?
How can I not change my password on facebook?
Facebook Help Team
You can turn off password resets for your username by clicking the “Let us know immediately” link in one of the password reset emails you received. When you click this, you’ll be redirected to a checkpoint that thanks you for letting us know.
Do Facebook passwords expire?
Data Access Expiration
The expiration period for data access is 90 days, based on when the user was last active.
Why do I keep getting password reset emails from Facebook?
If you received a Facebook password reset email that you didn’t request, it’s likely that someone accidentally entered your email or username when attempting to log into their account. … If you receive a second email saying that your password was reset, you should immediately secure your account.
How do I stop automatic login on Facebook?
Disable Automatic Sign-In
Click on the “Account” link in the top right corner of any Facebook screen and choose “Log Out” from the menu. When you are redirected to the Facebook log in screen, uncheck the box next to “Keep me logged in.”
How do I turn off automatic login on Facebook on my Iphone?
How to remove saved login information
- Open the Facebook app for iOS and tap at the bottom.
- Scroll to the bottom and tap Settings & Privacy, then tap Settings.
- Below Security, tap Security and Login.
- Tap next to Save your login info.
- Tap the device or browser you want to remove.
Is it safe to stay logged into Facebook?
It, as any website is as safe as you make it. I think Facebook is much more than just another website because so many other websites are linked with Facebook so if you are signed in with Facebook and you come across a website that’s linked with Facebook then you get automatically signed in to that website.
Why does Facebook not keep me logged in?
Facebook Help Team
Try logging out of your account and then logging back in. Double check that the box is not checked to keep you logged in. It may also be that you’ve saved your login information to your web browser. Each browser is different, but you can clear this info from your browser settings.
Why did everyone just get logged out of Facebook?
USA TODAY has stated that the site logged everyone out due to a server configuration change. One Twitter user warned against re-entering log-in details: “I just researched and found people were logged out in 2018 and 2020 and it was bc FB was hacked.