Option 1: Reset your password by identifying your account by entering either Email, phone, or Facebook Username. Option 3: If you can’t recover your password using either Option 1 or 2, the only option available is to fill a Facebook Form and contact their support team. Details that you would need to provide: The method you used to try and recover the password, Your Full Name, Date of Birth, Email address listed in the account, Mobile, Facebook URL with username if applicable, any other email addresses linked to the account, a description of your profile photo, and any other information that would help Facebook to identify your account.
Email purporting to be from Facebook claims that your password has been reset due to suspicious activity and you must click a link to 'restore the password'.
Your Facebook password was been reset on Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 11:48AM (UTC) due to suspicious activity of your account. To restore the password complete this form, please, your request will be considered within 24 hours. According to this email, which appears to come from Facebook, your password was reset due to suspicious activity.

The message claims that you should click a link to fill in a form so that the password can be restored. The email features the Facebook name logo along with the social network's familiar blue and white colour scheme. However, the email is not from Facebook and the claim that your password has been reset is untrue.
If you click the link as instructed, you will be taken to a compromised website that contains the malware.
The download file will conduct a test to see if you are using a targeted browser and operating system. If this email comes your way, do not click any links or open any attachments that it contains. Hoax-Slayer debunks email and social media hoaxes, thwarts Internet scammers, combats spam, and educates web users about email, social media, and Internet security issues.

We will take you through the options that you have to change the password and get your account back. The only difference if you can track your account with your full name and any of your friend’s names. The link in the message opens a website that contains malware that can join your computer to the Asprox botnet.
The message includes information about the operating system and browser used for the 'suspicious activity' along with an 'estimated location'.
Ensure that you select phone number, if you want to reset password by SMS or by calling a phone number.

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