A photo of you will serve as a Captcha code to verify your identity on Facebook

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It has become a problem to deal with Facebook profiles by pretending to be others because a lot of them use them to commit improper things. But as you already know, Facebook always asks for a picture each time the bot detects something “suspicious” on your Facebook account. It seems that this has happened to many without any reason and has forced some to create a new Facebook account.

Facebook is working on a way to extradite fake Facebook accounts by turning your face into a captcha code. Every time Facebook asks us for a photograph, it always makes clear that the photograph will be subsequently deleted from its servers, but this does not convince the users at all and generates a bit of concern.

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When will this Facebook security method be applied (photo – captcha)

This method of identity verification will be applied strictly to the functions of how to create an account, payment system, send friend requests massively and add or modify advertising campaigns. A photo of you will serve as a Captcha code to verify your identity on Facebook that great idea.

You will not be able to access your account until your account has been verified correctly, but it should be announced that this type of verification has not been officially launched but little by little we must give us the idea that this will be applied in the future. Facebook is not the only platform that has thought about changing its verification method.

Google also strengthened its security

Google had only rows of letters and numbers that were very difficult to decipher in some cases and to lose time to its users at that time. As a solution to this, he decided to buy reCAPTCHA in 2009. In this way he takes care of his users of hackers since now they have to move the mouse across the screen to verify if they are really human.

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