Facebook being the big platform it is, with its mammoth number of users, has a lot of security to take care of. There are a lot of harmful elements in society which cause problems for it.
They need to maintain the security of their users, so they implement a lot of measures to do that, and the confirmation code is one of those hundreds of security measures.
Many people have complained that they keep receiving confirmation codes that they didn’t request from Facebook. They are annoyed by this Facebook confirmation code text spam and want to resolve it.
What is a Facebook confirmation code?
A verification code is usually a six-digit code sent from Facebook when you try to recover your Facebook password.
What is a Facebook confirmation code used for?
When you try to recover your Facebook password, a confirmation code is sent from Facebook to your mobile number or email registered to your Facebook account.
This is done to authenticate if it is the account owner who is trying to recover their Facebook password.
There are also some other certain times when Facebook might require you to submit a confirmation code or an OTP(One time password) to perform actions like :
- When you log in from an unknown location or unrecognized device, Facebook shall ask you to confirm that it is you who is trying to log in by sending you a code to your registered mobile number.
- If you have two-factor authentication mode turned on (if not, you should), you will receive a code when you try to log in to your account.
If you are constantly getting these verification codes without trying anything from above, you are experiencing a Facebook confirmation code text spam. You will usually receive these texts from 32665 or 3404, or 39041.
Don’t disclose this code to someone else, and first go, secure your Facebook account by turning on two-factor authentication. It will protect your account from unauthorized access.
How to turn on 2fa on Facebook?
Here is how you can turn on two-factor authentication on Facebook –
- Open your Facebook account settings and then click on the option of ‘Security and Login’ and edit the ‘ Use two-factor authentication ‘ option.
- After clicking on edit, you will be presented with a page with information on two-factor authentication; click on ‘ Get Started ‘ and then choose a security method of your choice.
- You can select to use any authenticator app, but again, if you lose your phone, then there is no way to regain access to that authenticator, but you can always get back that number. So you should choose text message as your security option.
- Add your number in the next screen and verify the number. After verifying, it will be added, and two-factor authentication will be turned on for your account.
Here’s how you can similarly turn on two-factor authentication on the Facebook mobile app –
- Open the Settings option inside your Facebook app from the hamburger menu options list.
- Swipe up and tap on ‘Security and Login‘ and then open ‘Use two-factor authentication’ and then tap on ‘Get Started‘.
- Enter and then verify your number by entering the confirmation OTP, and the number is successfully added to your account, and two-factor authentication is turned on. Now even if someone was able to break into your account by guessing your password, they wouldn’t go through without entering the confirmation code, which only you can access. Now that you have secured your Facebook account know why the Facebook marketplace is not working.
Why am I getting a Facebook confirmation code?
If you are getting a random confirmation code from Facebook, someone else trying to get into your account requested it. Immediately secure your account.
What is the meaning of h29q+fsn4sr facebook code?
You probably got a message like this
'5xxxxxx is your Facebook code H29Q+Fsn4Sr'
The h29q+fsn4sr facebook code meaning is not known; it could be a tracking id used by Facebook. If you are repeatedly getting messages like this, it is time to secure your account.
Why did I get a random verification code?
If you got a random verification code from Facebook, someone tried to recover your Facebook password and is trying to log in to your account.
Does Facebook tell you when someone tries to log into your account?
Yes, if someone requests a verification code from Facebook to change your password or when someone from an unknown location tries to login into your account, Facebook does inform you.
Can you find out who tried to log in to your Facebook?
Usually, Facebook shows you a vague location of the person who tried to log in to your account or change your Facebook password but does not tell you anything else about the person’s identity.