Best Way To Monitor Your Gmail Account To Prevent Hack

Sometimes hackers get into your gmail account instead of them highjacking the account, they will simply monitor you in the sense that, they will read your mails before you do.

Have you ever openned your mail box and find new mail that has been read and you are not the one who read it?

If someone has access to your account and help you monitor your gmail account activity, this tutorial will help you know

Gmail Account

1. Go to the Gmail account homepage using a computer. Not on your tablet, not on your phone, but on your computer.
2. Log on to your account using your username and password.
3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page on your screen once you’re in.
4. On the right part of the screen at the bottom, look for the part that says “Last Account Activity”. Click on that part.
5. Under “Last Account Activity”, you’ll see a list of the last 10 times your account, indicating the IP address of the computer or device as well as the where you accessed it from.
Change your password immediately– just to be on the safe side if any of the IP addresses seem suspicious or unfamiliar.
This features is only available to gmail. Other email providers like yahoo and MSN has not implemented this feature.

Gmail Account

Go to the Gmail homepage using a computer. Not on your tablet, not on your phone, but on your computer.
On the right part of the screen at the bottom, look for the part that says “Last Account Activity”.

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