We all get curious at some point to know who has visited our Facebook profile.
Knowing that, somehow, someone could see us behind a screen gives us a certain curiosity and curiosity. especially if it is our "crush".
Hi5, for example, had a section that showed users who had been visiting weekly.
For this reason, it is surprising that Facebook, being the largest and most popular social network in the world, does not have that section.
Maybe this function could generate a bit of anxiety and obsession to want to know all the time who has visited our profile on Facebook, so knowing this type of data will be at your own risk.
There are portals, extensions and tutorials that explain step by step the procedure to know, but they are not reliable at all, so do not let yourself be guided by the first impression and the need to know who your stalker is.
HOW TO KNOW WHO VISITS MY PROFILE ON FACEBOOK
First of all, you should know that it is not possible to know who visits your Facebook profile and there are no free applications to do so. If you want to know the truth you will have to be willing to squander a few cents (or many).
On the other hand, if you find an application that promises to give you information about the people who have visited your Facebook profile, try to investigate it thoroughly. Do not fall in the first because your mobile device would end up full of malware and viruses, a situation that would put your personal information at risk.
In fact, many of the extensions and apps that exist with that promise do everything but that. By confirming all the permissions, these types of developments access your private information and, in the worst case, your data could be part of the sale on the black market.
If you find an app through the PlayStore or the AppStore just read the comments of users to realize that it is a haircut.
We regret killing your illusions, but knowing who visited your Facebook profile would only be possible if the social network launched the official function
We know that morbidness could lead you to commit unfortunate acts, but take care of your cybernetic integrity.