It’s becoming increasingly common for websites, games, and apps to use other services to log in, such as Facebook or Twitter. It’s very convenient because you don’t have to fill out any forms or use a separate username and password to sign in. The only drawback is it can allow the website or app to post to your account and share updates with your friends, and if the app or website is hacked, the hacker can use your identity to post to Facebook!
In Facebook, click the arrow in the top right to show the menu and click Settings.
Select Apps and click Show All.
All the apps shown are potential security risks, so it’s a good idea to remove any you don’t need. As you move the mouse over each app, a Remove icon appears. Click this and the app can no longer post to your Facebook feed. That’s it.
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