Friday, 8 July 2011

How to make stronger your Twitter Account in Four Clicks

As the team at Fox News exposed to its mortification earlier this week, safety drifts on social networks can have extensive choices costs. Today, security specialists have stated Twitter less secure than a few of its foes, saying the lack of what's called two step endorsements is a clear fault on Twitter's element. If you are concerned on the subject of losing control of your account, here are some things you can do to prevent it:

Firstly, make sure you have a strong password and that it is dissimilar from your passwords on additional services.

Secondly, toggle on the further security that's offered, but not active by default. 

Doing this is extremely easy: 

Step 1:
On your Twitter home page, click your username, exposed in the top right place.
Step 2:
In the menu that comes into view, click Settings.
Step 3:
On the page that come out, scroll all the way to the bottom and look for a check box marked "Always use HTTPS” create sure it is checked.
Step 4: 
Click the Save tab at the bottom of the page.

Adding is a great useful further level of security between you and the service itself. Twitter did say that it aims to make this encrypted connection the default one day. But until that day comes, switching it on you is the next superlative thing.


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