Ever since the news broke that 30 million Facebook accounts were hacked due to a security breach, users have been on tenterhooks, waiting for signs that their accounts were comprised.
Well, instead of waiting and watching, you can now check to see if your account was hacked.
So what should you do if you were hacked?
Not everyone has to change their Facebook password or credit card information because there’s no evidence that data was accessed in the attack.
Just be on the lookout for spam or scam calls, emails or messages because your contact information could have been sold to businesses.
If you’re in group B who had their bio info accessed, you may want to contact your bank or mobile phone provider and add additional security layers such as a pincode. That’s because hackers may have enough biographical info to perform social engineering attacks where they pretend to be you and use stolen data to answer security questions and gain access to your accounts so they can spam your friends, steal and sell your social media handles, or port your phone number to their phone to intercept two-factor authentication prompts.