Desktop notifications tell me I must reset my password for Facebook, yet it works, why the notification?
The desktop notification as I opened Firefox said I had to change the password for Facebook. I opened Facebook with no problem. So where did this notification come from and where has it gone? Is my Firefox hacked?
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That could be a scam to get your password. Contact Facebook support and ask about it.
I honestly don’t think it comes from Facebook. I think it has to do with the Firefox add on that does desktop notifications. Anyway to be safe I did contact Facebook but no reply yet. Btw I am also not the only one that got this message. And my Facebook is working just fine without changing passwords.
I honestly don’t think it comes from Facebook. I think it has to do with the Firefox add on that does desktop notifications.
Which add-on is that? If there is an add-on that needs to connect to your Facebook account, hmm, do you trust...
Btw I am also not the only one that got this message.
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