Windows 10: should I be concerned about "Don't recognize this activity?"
should I be concerned about "Don't recognize this activity?"
I just got a message from email@example.com that concerns me. It occurred about 90 seconds after an Apple update to my iPhone. See the image. It shows "Windows" as current user. I don't recognize the IP address but it may be the address of the Verizon tower?
Of course I know the stock answer is to change all of my passwords but that's a real pain.
Should I be concerned?
Did you sign in at that time? If not, be concerned. Similarly if the location does not relate to you.
They don't always get the location right, specially on a desktop. I would change your password anyway. Use a password generator and generate a random password.
Location is usually your ISP's with ethernet; much more accurate with Wifi.
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