Facebook Check your Active Sessions Hacking Me Right Now.

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posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:12 AM
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While going through my facebook profile, when I went to Account Settings (Security). It has me logged in from at least 14 different locations, all with different IP addresses. I live in Perth and have login activity sessions listed as Sydney, Brisbane, Queensland, Perth, and currently its saying Iam logged in from Melbourne. I only ever use this computer at all times to log in. Is this due to the servers?
If you notice any unfamiliar devices or locations, click 'End Activity' to end the session. This list does not currently include sessions on Facebook's mobile site (m.facebook.com).
Last Accessed: Friday at 4:53pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: Friday at 2:49pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: July 5 at 11:52pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 28 at 11:21amEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 22 at 10:35amEnd Activity
Location: Sydney, NS, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 21 at 5:10pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 21 at 2:48pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 21 at 2:13amEnd Activity
Location: Sydney, NS, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 19 at 3:54pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 19 at 11:28amEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 14 at 3:22pmEnd Activity
Location: Perth, WA, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP
Last Accessed: June 13 at 8:50amEnd Activity
Location: Brisbane, QL, AU (Approximate)
Device Type: Chrome on WinXP




posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:16 AM
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How many websites have you given permission to access your facebook? As simple as logging into an online forum, comment section, blog, that you use your facebook account to log in with.

I've had similar. But mines just for that reason, as I don't give a toss about FB. But it saves me the bother of registration and valid email addresses when I just wanna post on a blog or comment.

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posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:16 AM
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Does your computer use anonymous hubs? Mine does and my Facebook activity look's like that all the time



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:18 AM
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Originally posted by mainidh
How many websites have you given permission to access your facebook? As simple as logging into an online forum, comment section, blog, that you use your facebook account to log in with.

I've had similar. But mines just for that reason, as I don't give a toss about FB. But it saves me the bother of registration and valid email addresses when I just wanna post on a blog or comment.

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None, I always open a new browser _ I don't know how it would have so many different IP addresses.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:23 AM
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Originally posted by omega man

Originally posted by mainidh
How many websites have you given permission to access your facebook? As simple as logging into an online forum, comment section, blog, that you use your facebook account to log in with.

I've had similar. But mines just for that reason, as I don't give a toss about FB. But it saves me the bother of registration and valid email addresses when I just wanna post on a blog or comment.

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None, I always open a new browser _ I don't know how it would have so many different IP addresses.


More than likely that is a list of 'waypoint' servers that your FB traffic is being funneled through.

Or it's a pro h4x0r trying to peek at your pr0n.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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I just went to a link in another thread to a Yahoo page. I am not logged in at yahoo nor have I ever given permission for them to access my FB page or even clicked the like button on anything. I use my FB to talk to my oldest daughter who is away to collage, Yet it had me traced by way of activity to 37 yahoo pages I had visited. This is the first time I saw I was even being followed in this way and turned it all off but the gall of these people and their assumptions that I want everyone to be aware of my actions is beyond ridiculous. Its no big deal that it tells everyone I looked at some pictures of Mars but if I wanted to share it I would click SHARE. These companies need to stop making decisions for me.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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Facebook has some security settings you can use to alert you whenever a new pc logs in.
Change your passwords as well.

Password should look like this.

MyN3wP@55!

At least 8 characters. 1 Upper case. 1 lower case. 1 number. 1 special character.

Make up a new pass soon.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:27 AM
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Originally posted by grey580
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Facebook has some security settings you can use to alert you whenever a new pc logs in.
Change your passwords as well.

Password should look like this.

MyN3wP@55!

At least 8 characters. 1 Upper case. 1 lower case. 1 number. 1 special character.

Make up a new pass soon.
I already have a password that uses all those techniques. Considering the ex CEO of DARPA, Regina Dugan is the new CEO of Facebook, I doubt that I will be using their apps.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:29 AM
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Originally posted by Agarta
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I just went to a link in another thread to a Yahoo page. I am not logged in at yahoo nor have I ever given permission for them to access my FB page or even clicked the like button on anything. I use my FB to talk to my oldest daughter who is away to collage, Yet it had me traced by way of activity to 37 yahoo pages I had visited. This is the first time I saw I was even being followed in this way and turned it all off but the gall of these people and their assumptions that I want everyone to be aware of my actions is beyond ridiculous. Its no big deal that it tells everyone I looked at some pictures of Mars but if I wanted to share it I would click SHARE. These companies need to stop making decisions for me.


If you are logged into FB it will share browsing/advertising/search history information with any other site that requests it. You don't have to have FB open in another tab, you don't need to have visited FB within a certain timeframe.

This is nothing new, and FB is not the only site that does it. Notice how your ATS advertisements are related to your recent search history as well?

If you want to block this, change your browser's security settings regarding the FB plugin, or use an addon like Ghostery.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by omega man

Originally posted by grey580
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Facebook has some security settings you can use to alert you whenever a new pc logs in.
Change your passwords as well.

Password should look like this.

MyN3wP@55!

At least 8 characters. 1 Upper case. 1 lower case. 1 number. 1 special character.

Make up a new pass soon.
I already have a password that uses all those techniques. Considering the ex CEO of DARPA, Regina Dugan is the new CEO of Facebook, I doubt that I will be using their apps.



..Mark Zuckerberg is the CEO of FB.. Regina Dugan works for Google. =P



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:32 AM
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Will try Ghostery, None of the ads have anything to do with what I look at. It has me logged in at Melbourne right now. Iam in Perth. Also it says if I have any unfamiliar locations to report it.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:34 AM
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You should be a bit more worried when Facebook sends you an email notifying you that someone from a location very diffrent from your own tried to log in and was blocked for this reason!

I had a location in japan trying to access my account and fb automatically blocked it and emailed me to ask if this was correct.. Good service imo.. ;-)

On a side note, if your that worried.. Change your password to be on the safe side! =)



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:38 AM
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Delete cookies after logging out of facebook.


 
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posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:44 AM
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Ah, how I don't miss FB paranoia. Deleting Facebook was one of the greatest decisions of my life.

1. No more Facebook drama. Am I single? In a relationship? Was that girl I was with a few days ago my gf? I dunno, how about you ask me?
2. No more privacy issues. Go ahead website, try and find me on Facebook. Good luck!
3. Real-life conversations have improved. How many times has a friend tried to tell you a story, and you've already read about it on Facebook? That sucks. I actually have engaging stimulating conversations now.
4. Y'all can't stalk me. Where was I on Saturday? You'll have to ask me to find out.
5. No worry about employers. Got some wacky pictures from a party that might make you look unprofessional? Me too, but mine aren't accessible via Facebook.

Really I could keep going, but to truly understand, you'll just have to delete it yourself.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 08:44 AM
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Originally posted by omega man
Will try Ghostery, None of the ads have anything to do with what I look at. It has me logged in at Melbourne right now. Iam in Perth. Also it says if I have any unfamiliar locations to report it.


Right, it's most likely that your ISP has a few different aggregation points and that your traffic is routed differently depending on the time of day, peak traffic hours, etc.

I wouldn't be worried about it, but you could call your ISP to confirm this if you don't believe me. =]

Good luck!



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Right but if you are getting some weird results. Change your password.

I'd run a malware scan too.

www.malwarebytes.org...

Use the free version. it works fine. If you have a trojan or other malware your password could be compromised.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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I just checked mine, and it said that I was logged into 6 different locations....but when I looked, it was all the same location, just different days. Since I live in a very isolated location, I doubt there are 6 different people in my little town logged in as me.

I know that I signed out of each session, so I don't understand why it says that, but FB is weird anyway, so I'm just ignoring it.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 11:43 AM
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You have to go to "Privacy Settings". Then click on "Ads, Apps and Websites -> Apps You Use". Now go ahead and see how many there are there. If you don't know what it is, remove it.

I do this at least once a month. I usually get the list down to one or two apps that I allow. And go figure, every next month I check, that list is back up to about 30-40 apps.

Also, go to security and set "Login Approval" to true (or yes).

edit on 9-7-2012 by DerekJR321 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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So don't use facebook.



posted on Jul, 9 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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Try AVG virus prog free.
it has a new thing that lets you block things on sites looking at you.

ATS LETS a lot of things look at what you are doing.

most virues progs and firewall progs
have government back doors.
any one know witch is the best to stop it?




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