Thursday, 30 January 2014

snooping in your Gmail? Find it How

Your Gmail account presumably holds some touchy data messages from your loved ones parts, data about records for different administrations, authentic pictures, and on and on. Imagine a scenario where another person has been jabbing around in there. Luckily, Google provides for them you the instruments important to discover. 

First, log into your Gmail account from your computer's Web browser. Once you get to your inbox screen, scroll to the bottom, and look for the link labelled "Details" in the lower-right corner. (It's a small link.)

Click the link, and you'll get a pop-up window that shows the last 10 times someone accessed your Gmail account, along with how they accessed it (through a browser, an email app, and so on), their IP address, and when they access it. If something looks fishy, you'll want to change your password as soon as humanly possible.

While you're at it, you may want to turn on two-factor authentication for your Google account and give yourself an extra layer of protection.

What's that? You don't have your IP location retained? Don't feel awful the vast majority of us don't. One path around this is to visit at areas where you often utilize your machine (at home, at work, at the espresso place you successive, et cetera)—or check your IP address at whatever point you unite with another system and store those in a content archive or something

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