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Joined May 22, Messages I did'nt know exactly which catagory this would fall under, so i put it under "web and email" I just created a facebook and had no difficulties logging on the first couple times.
However, now when i try to log on it says i need to enter a phone number to loggon so it can text me a code and, believe it or not, i dont have a phone much less texting.
I have looked in mutiple places to try and find a bypass for this, but so far i have had no luck. What i really want to do is skip this process all together.
Can anybody help? I would greatly appreceate it. Joined Nov 30, Messages This is a new idea used for security purposes due to the criminal minds using Facebook.
You can be verified and traced through a mobile phone. I won't use Facebook for this reason because it's way too intrusive.
Try Twitter. I would but the reason i joined facebook is to keep in touch with the groups i am part of TheShooter93 Cody.
Malware Specialist. Joined Jul 9, Messages 11, Can you take a screenshot of the page you can't get past?
I know what you're referring to, but as I already have a Facebook page, I can't walk you through step by step.
Here are the images, hope they help. Just out of curiosity is there supposed to be an option to call the user instead of texting the user?
There may be more options added in the future, but it looks like that's the only option for now. Unfortunately it doesn't look like there is any legitimate workaround.
Am thinking about getting an ipod Is this true? DoubleHelix Banned. Joined Dec 9, Messages 24, I assume you're referring to the iPod Touch.
You can download texting applications like TextFree, but that's not going to work with Facebook's verification system.
You have to pick an actual cellular carrier to use that feature. Joined Jul 16, Messages 19, Where the contents may vary by country, this one may help.
Just for the sake of interest, they appear not to have gotten around to this cell phone number thing as yet, this side of the pond.
Or so I'm told by friends, myself not being an FBer. Sooner or later they'll realize how much they're shooting themselves in the foot, good as security intentions are.
Other features will be unique to your app and you will need to always think about how to make your app as secure as possible. Apps that are not secure will lose the trust of their audience and people will stop using them.
Don't trust that access tokens in use by your app were actually generated by your app. Reduce your app's attack surface area by locking down your Facebook app settings.
The App Secret is used in some of the Login flows to generate access tokens and the Secret itself is intended to secure usage of your App to only those that are trusted.
The secret can be used to easily create an App Access Token which can make API requests on behalf of any user of the app, which makes it extremely important that an App Secret is not compromised.
Therefore the App Secret or an App Access token should never be included in any code that could be accessed by anyone other than a developer of the app.
We recommend that App Access Tokens should only be used directly from your app's servers in order to provide the best security.
For native apps, we suggest that the app communicates with your own server and the server then makes the API requests to Facebook using the App Access Token.
The API will behave as though no access token was provided. When you start the reset process, you can specify a number of hours that the compromised secret will continue to work for when making requests, however anything sent from Facebook such as signed requests will use the new secret straight away, so you must adjust your code to expect it as soon as possible.
In some configurations, apps will reuse a long-term token across multiple clients. Don't do this. Instead use short-term tokens that are generated with the code flow, as described in our access token documentation.
To understand how this happens, imagine a native iOS app that wants to make API calls, but instead of doing it directly, communicates with a server owned by the same app and passes that server a token generated using the iOS SDK.
The server would then use the token to make API calls. The endpoint that the server uses to receive the token could be compromised and others could pass access tokens for completely different apps to it.
This would be obviously insecure, but there is a way to protect against this - access tokens should never be assumed to be from the app that is using them, instead they should be checked using debugging endpoints.
If you don't use the Facebook SDKs, regularly check whether the access token is valid. Although access tokens have a scheduled expiration, tokens can be caused to expire early for security reasons.
If you don't use the Facebook SDKs in your app, it is extremely important that you manually implement frequent checks of the token validity — at least daily — to ensure that your app is not relying on a token that has expired early for security reasons.
If you're using the Facebook login dialog on your website, the state parameter is a unique string that guards your application against Cross-site Request Forgery attacks.
Strict Mode keeps apps safe by preventing bad actors from hijacking your redirect. Enabling Strict Mode is required for all apps.
Before turning on Strict Mode in the App Dashboard, ensure your current redirect traffic still works by taking the following actions in Facebook Login settings:.
For apps with dynamic redirect URIs , use the state parameter to pass back the dynamic information to a limited number of redirect URIs.
For example, if your list contains www. HTTPS keeps transmitted data private and guards against eavesdropping attacks.
It also prevents data from being tampered with during transmission by, for example, introducing advertisements or malicious code.
Use code-generated short-term access tokens in clients instead of client-generated tokens or server-provided long-term tokens.