How To Track Login Of Yahoo History

Emails or any online accounts are prone to spamming or unauthorized entry. It is very important to put up measures that always protect your account against any hackers. If you notice any unusual activity in your account, there might be a possibility of unauthorized access. If an individual accesses your account, there is no limit to the damage they can cause. Stealing your information for illegal purposes tops the list of the damage they can cause. One of the best ways of ensuring that you are the only person who is accessing your account is by tracking your login of Yahoo history. The immediate step to take once you notice such a thing is to change your account password.

Tracking your login of Yahoo history involves a number of processes. The first step is launching web browser and visiting the Yahoo homepage. Under the search bar, click on the ‘Sign In’ link at the upper right corner. This will prompt you to enter your Yahoo Id and password. After filling all the details and clicking sign in, the homepage will reappear and your name replaces the ‘Sign In’ text link. The third step requires you to click on your name then select the option ‘Account Info’. In order to verify your identity, enter your password and click ‘Sign in’.

Down the page, you will see ‘View Your Recent Login Activity’. Clicking this option will reveal all the details of your login such as the date, time, location etc. to view the location of the IP addresses, click on ‘Location’ drop down and select ‘IP Address’.

The above process helps you track your login of Yahoo history.

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