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Fb hacked? Wi-fi and laptop compromised?

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#1 sec25


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Posted 02 May 2018 - 02:56 PM


I could really use your help. I think my FB has been hacked.. I opened it and I was logged out which was unusual since I never am and I went to Settings and saw I was logged in from two different locations(both windows PC). I only use FB on one laptop, nowhere else. I think it said the other location had been logged in two hours before I was active. It said another city, but FB does that sometimes. I changed the pass and checked again and saw the same thing, this time a different IP address I think than the first login that wasn't me.(so, 2 PCs again)

I logged out of it and changed my pass and email pass later on. 

What worries me is how they hacked my password.. It wasn't easy and I don;t think I had a security question and I live in the Balkans so I don;t think people here can just hack a password like that, but they can do other stuff. (I assume) 
I had recently given my next-door neighbors my wi-fi pass (IDIOT) and I changed it a week later. My router pass and username was default.. 
My Q is: What can someone do with ones wifi pass? Can they access my mic/camera? That worries me most.. Is there anyway I could check this to put me at ease? I read about process explorer and seeing which programs or w/e had access to my mic/cam. Is this possible? Is there another way? How can I make sure?
I recently lost a loved one and I;ve experienced a lot of evil and I know there are people who really hate me out there.. twisted people.. 

Last Q: After having changed wifi and router passwords, did I 'kick out' whoever might have been snooping? Or was that not enough?

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Posted 03 May 2018 - 02:42 AM

Passwords are the key to exploit digital kingdom of anyone. Consider using two factor authentication where possible and create strong passwords that were not that easy to be penetrated. 

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