Facebook is a huge platform with billions of users, which is why it has to take security seriously. Each Facebook account hack can potentially cause irreparable damage to the owner of that account and put sensitive private information in the hands of criminals. This is why Facebook has set up numerous security checks on its site to prevent criminals from easily getting a hold of your information, cracking passwords or spreading spam using automated methods. One of these security checks is a Captcha that pops up when you try to log into your account, send a message to someone you don’t know or send a friend request. These security checks can quickly become annoying, especially if you’re an active Facebook user. Luckily, you can easily get rid of this Facebook security check.
How to stop security checks on Facebook?
To prevent Captchas from popping up every time you want to add a friend or send a message on Facebook, you need to sign in to your Facebook account and do something that will cause the security check to pop up. Underneath the Captcha, you will see a ‘Verify your account’ link. After you click on that link, you should see a message that will ask you to verify your phone number. You will need to choose your country code from the list and type in your real phone number. Facebook will then send a text message with a code to your phone. You need to enter the code from the text message in the window that pops up on your screen on Facebook and press ‘Confirm’.
Frequently asked questions about Facebook security tests
Why does the captcha test keep popping up on Facebook?
If you keep getting captchas on Facebook, this could be because you haven’t verified your phone number with the social media site, you keep using Facebook on new devices or you’re using a VPN that causes your device’s IP to be different every time you log into Facebook.
Why are captcha tests necessary?
A successfully completed captcha test can help Facebook verify that it’s a real person trying to access their site and not a computer bot. This helps prevent attacks by hackers who may attempt to disable the site or gain unauthorized access to user accounts.
Why is Facebook asking for my picture?
In some cases, Facebook can ask you to upload a picture of your face to verify that you’re a real person. This usually happens if you perform too many activities that make the platform suspect that you’re a computer and not a real person.
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