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someone is Impersonating my instagram account and uploading **** in that account, please help?

Author : Amit Rathore

Submitted : 2017-10-14 03:26:52    Popularity:     

Tags: instagram  Impersonating  uploading  account  

to hell with instagram. please someone tell me how would i take over that account and delete that **** materail from that account. please look at that account "dahaedaeadafab3524"

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I would suggest contacting Instagram if there is explicit content of yourself posted on your own or another's account -- there are laws now protecting this kind of thing, and removal or retrieval of this media would be much more expedient. If its simply a matter of a hijacked account, I would suggest the same course of action, though your success would be unlikely without some form of two or three-step authentication (e.g., phone number, SMS, alternate email, security questions, etc.) to prove you are the owner.

Additionally, I would suggest a thorough virus and malware scan, as these are the most common avenues of attack for gaining access to social media accounts. Furthermore, whatever accounts that you have that are not [yet] compromised, I would suggest changing their passwords and enabling two step authentication.

In the future, stay guarded with your personal information. Be careful who you trust and what you respond to. I personally stay off of social media except in an extremely limited fashion, and all my public-facing accounts are registered to pseudonyms and straw-men. Technology is not yet secure enough (and users are not yet educated enough) to safeguard our identities, and typically its not a flaw in the API but in the underlying stack technologies (e.g., SQL injection, HeartBleed, etc.) and more are being discovered everyday. Be careful who you talk to, be careful who you let use your computer, phone, tablet, etc... I agree with Paul entirely: Just another reason to not use social media.

There r so many people on FB who use pics of other people or famous people on their profiles..and I was blocked from FB for using a picture which was mine but not very clear..I guess it s different rules for different people..Insta I don t even use anymore as I have been blocked innumerable times..My guess the owners r selective about who uses social media n who doesn t..but in the end it s their fundamental right..how does one know that the person opening the account on FB or social media is exactly who they claim to be..anyone cud just post a different photograph(it may even be your pic)and open an account under a different name with a different phone number..and becoz of this even the OTP system won t work in such cases..The social media is a vulnerable platform..anyone cud open an account in my name with my pic and post ****..FB shud verify the phone numbers of its users with their telecom service providers for a sure shot IDentification as pics aren't the foolproof IDs..

just another reason to not use social media

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