Facebooklogin Problems Gathered, Listed and Solved

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idcloak publishes a collection of common FacebookLogin Problems and their solutions, giving users quick access to guidance in one resource.

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we found no other resource offering a comprehensive list of all Facebook login problems and their solutions

idcloak.com’s new article offers a collection of all major Facebooklogin Problems alongside advice on how to fix them. The issues presented in the four-part article pertain to both computer and mobile access to the site.

“Prior to writing this, we found no other resource offering a comprehensive list of all Facebook login problems and their solutions,” says author of the article, Robin Welles, “a user might spend many minutes searching for a solution.”

idcloak’s incentive in publishing the article was simple: to give users of their proxy services a quick-access checklist when experiencing Facebook login problems. The result: reduced pressure on the idcloak helpdesk.

“We deliver proxy services that are widely used for unblocking Facebook on connections or in countries where the site is inaccessible, such as workplaces or from inside the People’s Republic of China. Sometimes users encounter a problem during login which they believe is caused by the proxy, but the reality is their settings are at fault or even that their Facebook account has been hacked.”

Early identification of a hacked Facebook account is another important reason behind idcloak’s publication of the article, and advice is given on how to spot and deal with such a hack. “As a company, we are all about data privacy and security. You can’t offer a security-enhancing service and then not care about the safety of other services on the user’s system. Security is pretty much an all or nothing game.”

Asked whether the proxy services provided by idcloak were indeed occasionally the root cause of a Facebook login problem, Welles had this to say: “Facebook’s security systems are triggered when a user comes through on a high-anonymity proxy in a new country. The user must then validate their identity. Because of this we recommend that restricted Facebook users employ low anonymity IP proxies from our Login Facebook Proxy List. Our VPN service also offers dedicated IP addresses which solve this security issue while allowing the user to sustain their anonymity.”

idcloak’s secure VPN is due for release in September 2013. See idcloak.com for more.

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Gill-Chris Welles
Idcloak Technologies Inc.
since: 09/2011
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