Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In

What is Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In?

If you find yourself on a web page that claims that your Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In on a supposed device that may not belong to you, do not panic because you are simply exposed to a fake alert. This fake warning message may look like an authentic Facebook login page and this may mislead you into believing that the claims are for real. This fake alert instructs you to call a given phone number for technical support. In fact, this is why these kinds of fake alerts are also called technical support scams. Our malware experts at anti-spyware-101.com have seen lots of similar scams in the past year, including "Possible Suspicious Activity," "Rdntrojanhacking File Detected," and "High Priority Message." These fake alerts always claim that there may be a malicious infection on board and your passwords, accounts information, and banking details could be in danger. This is how you are pushed to call the number, which is usually supposedly toll free. However, when you call this number you could be sold a useless service or software to fix alleged system errors. We suggest that you remove Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In fake alert from your browser by closing your browser. If this does not help, it means that there could be a malicious program on board responsible for the redirection to this fake alert page. Please read on to find out more about this threat.

Where does Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In come from?

When you encounter such a fake alert, there are at least two major signs that you are dealing with false claims. First, it should be obvious that it is written in broken English or with conspicuous spelling mistakes, which both mean that it cannot be an official or authentic page. Second, the URL address is another giveaway because such a fake alert usually has a random, totally unrelated domain or a very similar one with a twist, e.g., facebook.loginerror.com, in order to fool you. The question is, how can you land on such a page? Most likely you would not know such an address and would not type it knowingly.

The most likely way for you to land on such a fake alert page is to get redirected there. This can happen basically in two ways. First, you may click on an unsafe third-party ad or link on a compromised website. Second, it is possible that your computer is infected with an adware program, a browser hijacker, or a potentially unwanted program, which is capable of redirections. In the first case, you can simply close your browser window to eliminate Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In. However, if your computer is infected, it is important that after you delete Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In or any related malware infection you may find on your system, you scan your PC with a reliable malware scanner. Unless you clean your system completely, you can never feel secure again on using your computer.

How does Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In work?

This fake alert may display a page in your browser that looks identical to your Facebook login page; however, this one asks you to verify that you are logged in to your Facebook account on the given device, which is obviously one that you know you are not using. Clearly, every inexperienced user would believe that their account has been hacked and they really need to call the provided technical support toll-free number, which may be "1-866-201-6850" but it may change from time to time or depending on your location. It is important that you realize that this is just a scam to push you to call this number so that you would purchase a promoted system fixer. Unfortunately, you may pay money for a totally useless application or service when this fake alert may be the only real issue on your system right now. Since you could be asked to share sensitive information like personally identifiable information or banking details during this call, we recommend that you remove Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In immediately from your PC.

How can I delete Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In?

It is possible that you can simply get rid of this fake alert if you close your active browser window. But, if this alert is displayed because your browsers or your system is infected with malware, it is essential that you clean your PC. We suggest that first, you check your installed programs list in Control Panel to find any recently installed suspicious application and uninstall them. Then, you can reset your browsers as well. Please use our instructions below if you need assistance. The problem is that even with these steps you may still leave more stealthy infections on your system. Therefore, we advise you to install reputable anti-malware software, such as SpyHunter, to tackle all possible system security issues in the present and future as well.

Remove Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In from Windows

Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10

  1. Tap Win+R and type control panel. Click OK.
  2. Pick Uninstall a program.
  3. Select the application and click Uninstall.

Windows XP

  1. Open the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Select the application and click Remove.

Remove Facebook Account Is Currently Logged In from browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset.
  4. In the confirmation window, press Reset.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Alt+H and go to Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox in the confirmation window.

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+T and go to Internet Options.
  2. On the Advanced tab, press Reset.
  3. Mark the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Press Reset and press Close.


  1. Open the Safari menu.
  2. Go to Clear History.
  3. Select the period from the drop-down menu and press Clear History.
  4. Choose Preferences from the Safari menu.
  5. Select the Advanced tab and mark Show Develop menu in menu bar.
  6. In the menu bar, choose Develop.
  7. Pick Empty Caches.
  8. Choose Preferences and select Extensions.
  9. Find all the suspicious extensions and Uninstall them.
  10. Pick Security and deselect the Allow Plug-ins option.
  11. Restart your browser. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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