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Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-03 11:08

There was a windows computer registered (now removed), couldn't it be just a false positivo or some application that is use some proxy windows or something like that..its very strange, ive two factor authentification enabled before that windows device came up. :?

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what do you think, should i change google password..?
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby LE_746F6D617A7A69 » 2020-11-03 15:06

bester69 wrote:couldn't it be just a false positivo or some application that is use some proxy windows or something like that..
While the device type (KIICAA POWER) can be easily spoofed, it is the fact that someone have successfully logged into Your account. What did You do 7 minutes before You have logged in with Your laptop?
Do You own the KIICAA POWER ?
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby trinidad » 2020-11-03 17:01

I noticed the other day you were running the MS Edge browser for Linux. Did you sync devices with it? Anything you had previously synced on your old Windows computer could show up because of your MS account, and some phones are set to update email accounts.

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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-03 19:14

LE_746F6D617A7A69 wrote:
bester69 wrote:couldn't it be just a false positivo or some application that is use some proxy windows or something like that..
While the device type (KIICAA POWER) can be easily spoofed, it is the fact that someone have successfully logged into Your account. What did You do 7 minutes before You have logged in with Your laptop?
Do You own the KIICAA POWER ?

Sorry, Kikka is my movil;there was another windows device connected that i deleted from list...that is which im asking for
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-03 19:19

trinidad wrote:I noticed the other day you were running the MS Edge browser for Linux. Did you sync devices with it? Anything you had previously synced on your old Windows computer could show up because of your MS account, and some phones are set to update email accounts.

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Thanks for hel, I didnt sync any windows devices .. didt reboot in winows neither...

I was jus trying some snaps programs.. I will be watching out every day to see if it comes back again.. I believed with two factor authentification google wasnt possible to attach any newer device.
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sgosnell » 2020-11-03 21:48

You removed the device from the post, and you expect us to guess what it was? :roll:
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby pcalvert » 2020-11-04 23:15

bester69 wrote: what do you think, should i change google password..?


If there is any doubt in your mind about whether you should change the password then, yes, you should definitely change the password.

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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sgosnell » 2020-11-05 00:30

All passwords should be changed regularly.
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-05 19:05

sgosnell wrote:All passwords should be changed regularly.

I always use the same 10 or 15 i learnt.. the important passwords try not to use them in different places...
the google password i use, never change it..im using two factor authentification.. and from time to time I review security account panel to see if I detect something strange..

I dont like to change passwords, unless I feel im taking some kind of risks.... I also use birwarden for managing passwords in pages i need to provide a strong password I wont remember
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sgosnell » 2020-11-05 19:30

Do as you like, but don't be shocked to find that you've been hacked. Using a password manager makes it easy enough to change passwords, using relatively secure long random strings. But if you want to keep using the same password for everything, that's up to you and the data brokers.
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-06 12:50

sgosnell wrote:Do as you like, but don't be shocked to find that you've been hacked. Using a password manager makes it easy enough to change passwords, using relatively secure long random strings. But if you want to keep using the same password for everything, that's up to you and the data brokers.


Thanks for feedback,
I really apreciate your feedback thought I strongly trust myself,
im not an organic portal sheep, wont put on any facemask or muzzle ever anyways...
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sunrat » 2020-11-06 22:21

bester69 wrote:
sgosnell wrote:Do as you like, but don't be shocked to find that you've been hacked. Using a password manager makes it easy enough to change passwords, using relatively secure long random strings. But if you want to keep using the same password for everything, that's up to you and the data brokers.


Thanks for feedback,
I really apreciate your feedback thought I strongly trust myself,
im not an organic portal sheep, wont put on any facemask or muzzle ever anyways...


This implies you don't care about security. You run an unsupported Debian version with an unsupported ubuntu kernel, install craploads of snaps and whatever other stuff you find on the internet, and wonder why you might get pwned.
Also you live in Spain IIRC, a coronavirus hotspot and don't care to mitigate risks with that. I live in Melbourne where we have had zero cases for a week because nearly everyone cared to beat it, cared about health security.
I used to read your random anarchistic posts with amusement. Now that's amusement tempered with seeds of sadness and despair.
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sickpig » 2020-11-06 22:38

bester69 wrote: im not an organic portal sheep, wont put on any facemask or muzzle ever anyways...

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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby bester69 » 2020-11-07 00:50

sunrat wrote:
This implies you don't care about security. ... Also you live in Spain IIRC, a coronavirus hotspot and don't care to mitigate risks with that. I live in Melbourne where we have had zero cases for a week because nearly everyone cared to beat it, cared about health security.
I used to read your random anarchistic posts with amusement. Now that's amusement tempered with seeds of sadness and despair.


don believe all you you see on Tv and governments reports.. all lies.. In Spain everything is ok but facemask sheeps that are all around streets..like in walking death
we all know (not organic portals) covid is just a harder common flue... just take a look at republicans and Trump's voters..no facemask anywhere.. you all are living some king of massive hypnoticall deception.... stadistics tells us deads of covid are almost same than classic flue.
https://www.redaccionmedica.com/seccion ... ertos-5427
in 2018 in spain we got 15K deaths reported by flue an 800K infected.. now you can imagine that surely there not so many counted as covid nowadys..so those 15K more probably are around 30K or more...

Here, you have a taste of the truth about covid fake news and plandemia in Spain.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwlkumcRf6w (empty hospitals)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMzWMxTIMvs&t=3s (mom gets 8yo son killed by doctors refusing to attend him due to covid risks)
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Re: Got a unknown device in google security

Postby sickpig » 2020-11-07 01:19

I suppose you don't 'believe' in vaccination either and yes earth is of course flat :)
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