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As far as I'm aware, Facebook don't actually block the new attempts from different IPs. Instead, they send an email to the registered email address with a notification that you logged into a new device, with a button to mark this as legitimate or malicious. The tracking appears to work not only via your IP, but also a long-term identification cookie and ...


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It depends. Facebook analyzes the locations from which you use to login from. Depending on where your new IP is located, Facebook may, or may not, give you access to your account. In the case Facebook finds the new location suspicious, it will use another mean to validate your identity. (E.g. an email to validate your attempt.) Once you validate that new ...



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