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If you've noticed some suspicious activity on your Facebook account--messages you never sent Wall posts you never published or Notifications you never checked--someone might be logging into your...
It is not possible to know the name of the person who tried to login to your account. However if you still have access to your Facebook account you can see some information related to where the account was accessed from:
If you're curious about where your Facebook account gets signed in from or you're suspicious that someone has been logging into your account without permission there's a lesser known feature called Facebook sessions that can tell you exactly where your account is signed in from geographically and in most cases you can even see what device was used.
Learn more about how to get alerts about unrecognized Facebook logins.
If someone does try to get into your account Facebook will immediately notify you of the attempt and will lock your account. With your account locked Facebook will ask you to review the login attempt. "Someone recently tried to log in to your account from an unrecognized device or mobile device.
Someone is repeatedly trying to log into your Facebook account A bot (a software that works automatically) is trying to guess your password. It is a phishing attempt. This means that no one is trying to open your Facebook account and this SMS / text message was sent to you with a bad link which if you'll follow it will steal your password.
Whether it is valid or not changing your password is the safest thing to do you are on someone's radar. And again don't access fb from the email. Okay go to a local library and use a computer there or use someone else's computer to access your fb account - be sure to sign out if you use a friend's computer.
Indicators that someone may have hacked your Facebook account are: Your email or password has changed. Your name or birthday has changed. Friend requests have been sent from your account to people you don't know.
If only the password has changed and you still have access to the associated email of the account then you may go to the "forgot password" option at the facebook login page. Facebook will lead you to another page and will ask you to enter either your username email address or the phone number. You can select any of the options.
When I tried to log into my Facebook this morning I received a message stating that my account was locked. The message told me that someone had tried to access my account from an unfamiliar location "using [my] password." This was the second time someone have tried to log into my account within a span of 48 hours.