Contact the provider: Most online platforms offer support and instructions in case your account has been hacked. Check the website or app for support or account recovery information.
Identity verification: Typically, when restoring an account, you will be asked to verify your identity. This can be done by providing an email address or phone number associated with the account. In some cases, you will also be required to answer security questions that you set when you created your account.
Change Password: Once you regain access to your account, change your password immediately. Make sure you create a strong, unique password that contains a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. Do not use a password that you already use for another account.
Check and update security questions: If your account has security questions, it’s a good idea to check and update them, especially if you suspect that the attacker had access to this information.
Trusted contacts: Some online services, especially social networks, offer the possibility to designate trusted contacts. These contacts can help you regain access to your account if it gets hacked again.