How to check Facebook Login History and Activity

Published August 30, 2023

Every day, people lose access to their Facebook accounts because their accounts get hacked. The hacker would have impersonated them and requested money and gift cards from their Facebook friends and done a lot more damage, or caused mischief in several different ways. If you managed to recover your Facebook account and want to know who hacked it or how many times the hacker accessed your account, or what their IP address is, this article is for you.

Facebook Login History

This blog post answers questions like this:

  • What is the IP address of the last logged-in person?
  • How many times have I been logged in?
  • What devices were used by the person who last logged in?
  • Is anyone secretly logging into my Facebook account?
  • Which posts have I liked or commented on?
  • Did I accidentally like XYZ's post about cryptocurrency?

Facebook Login History

Login to your Facebook account. Click on your profile picture in the top-right corner and select Settings & Privacy โ†’ Activity log.

Settings & Privacy > Activity Log

Under the Activity log page, on the left panel, you will see a long list of activity options.

Activity Log > Logged Actions and Other Activity

List of Previous Logins

Click on Logged Actions and Other Activity on the left panel, and then click on Logins and Logouts.

On the right panel, you will see a list of previous login information made by your account. The login information for each login includes how you logged in (mobile website or iOS app), and the date and time of login along with IP address.

Logins and Logouts

The information is in this format:

XYZ logged in on
IP address

List of Current Logins

If you want to check whether you are currently logged in from another location, click on Active sessions on the left panel. It will show you where which devices you are currently logged in from.

The information is in this format:

Created Jun 23, 2022, 8:14 PM Updated Jul 23, 2022, 12:54 AM IP address 123. 123.123.123 Browser Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_8) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/537.36 Cookie xyz*******************

Search history

To see what things you searched for, click on Search history on the left panel.

View likes and comments

To see the posts you liked and commented on, click on Interactions on the left panel.

There are several options under this category Interactions.

Check your own posts

To see the likes and comments on your own posts, click on Your Posts on the left panel.

You will see all the posts and comments you made on your own timeline.

How do I make my Facebook account more secure?

Use two-factor authentication, also known as 2FA. Two-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security. When you enable two-factor authentication, you enter the account username and password, as usual. Facebook will send you a one-time password (OTP), either as an SMS on your phone or an authentication app such as Duo Mobile. You enter this OTP code on your login page and if correct, you are authenticated successfully. Another option for 2FA security is using a physical security key; this way you will not have to enter the OTP code at all.

This blog post will help you enable 2FA.

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Last Updated: August 30, 2023. ย ย ย  This post was originally written on July 23, 2022.