www.ebankingbutsecure.ch Checklist Facebook Settings Facebook offers a multitude of configuration options. It’s not always easy to keep track of all the various set- tings offered and to select the best settings for your purposes. Our checklist is meant to assist you to protect your account and all your published information in the best possible way. We have tried to draw up as universally applicable a set of instructions for private users as possible. Neverthe-
less, the individual configuration options and settings may differ in specific cases. This checklist refers to the
Facebook settings available as at 4th February 2014.
The «OK» column provides an option to tick all settings you have already checked and adjusted. To display the Facebook account settings, click the cogwheel icon in the page header, and select the «Account
General – General Account Settings Category Our recommendation
Use a free address without any indication of your identity (e.g.
Use a secure password. You can find out more about how to ge-
Security – Security Settings Category Our recommendation
You should activate secure browsing (use https)
Select «Email notifications are enabled»
Manage your passwords outside of Facebook, for instance using
a password manager (https://www.ebas.ch/tools).
List is automatically created by Facebook.
List is automatically created by Facebook. www.ebankingbutsecure.ch Privacy – Privacy Settings and Tools Category Sub-category Our recommendation
Limit the audience for posts you’ve Limit past posts (default
Who can send you friend requests? Everyone
Whose messages do I want filtered Basic filtering (default
email address you provided?Who can look you up using the pho- Friends
ne number you provided?Do you want other search engines to Off
Timeline and Tagging – Timeline and Tagging Settings Category Sub-category Our recommendation
your timelineWho can see posts you've been tag- Only me
ged in on your timeline?Who can see what others post on
How can I manage tags people add Review tags people add to your own On
Facebook?When you're tagged in a post, who Only me
if they aren't already in it?Who sees tag suggestions when
www.ebankingbutsecure.ch Blocking – Manage Blocking Category Our recommendation
Different options to block friends, You can block people or applications depending on your require-
Notifications – Notification Settings Category Sub-category Our recommendation Mobile – Mobile Settings Depending on your requirements Followers – Follower Settings Depending on your requirements Apps – App Settings Category Sub-category Our recommendation Adverts – Facebook Adverts Category Our recommendation www.ebankingbutsecure.ch Payments – Payments Settings Category Our recommendation
Required for certain games and activities. Encryption and secu-
rity are of good quality in accordance with the PCI DSS V2 stan-
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