This new Instagram functionality will provide more security for users of the platform. Check out what it is and how you can use it.
A new function launched by Instagram will reassure many of its users. It’s about the supplier Instagram hackedwhich promises to help Instagram users with special support: they will be able to resort to recovering hacked accounts.
The platform launched the new feature on Thursday (15th) and its idea is to reduce access problems on the social network. The page will help users not only recover hacked accounts, but also report fake or suspicious profiles.
So, to learn more about this new Instagram post, check out the text below.
Instagram has been hacked: Learn how to use the feature
Thus, as we explained, through the Hacked Instagram page, you will be able to recover your account in the event of an invasion – a problem that is becoming more frequent. But how would that be possible?
Basically, when you access the resource, whether on your cell phone or on your computer, you can ask the support company to solve the problem.
You can request support both in cases of account takeover and in the event that you have forgotten your password or lost access to two-factor authentication. The next step will be to follow a series of steps to regain access to your account.
According to Instagram, if there are multiple accounts associated with your information, it will be possible to indicate which account needs support.
The platform focuses on user safety
Finally, Instagram claims that in addition to launching this new feature, it is constantly working on providing more security for users.
One of the initiatives was the removal of accounts deemed malicious by the social networking system, including profiles forgedthat is, accounts that impersonate others and violate Community Guidelines🇧🇷
According to the company’s article on the subject, if you want to learn more about the latest security initiatives by Meta — the company that owns several social networks, including Facebook — you can visit the page newsroom meta🇧🇷
To learn how to avoid different types of scams on Instagram, visit Help Center from the social network.
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