A step by step to verify from which devices your accounts were accessed and remove access from them
By Desirée Jaimovich October 6, firstname.lastname@example.org Share on FacebookShare Share on TwitterTweet Share on WhatsAppShare
Did you enter your accounts on a public computer, or that of a friend and you do not know if you disconnected? You can check this in a few steps and in case the login has been open you can end it remotely.
Inside the mobile you go to the three horizontal stripes that appear in the upper margin, then you scroll down the screen and press Settings / Security and login. There you will see a list of all the sites where you logged in. Press the one you want to close and then select the option “close session”.
So you can remotely log out of Facebook
To remotely log out of IG: In the case of Instagram, you also have to click on the three horizontal stripes in the upper margin, then on Settings / Security / Login Activity where you will see all the sites where you logged in with that account. Press the one you want to close and the system will automatically offer to change the password, which is a good idea. After changing the password and in case you have not done so yet, it is convenient to activate the second authentication factor. This is true for Instagram as well as for all the profiles you have on social networks, as well as in your email accounts. This note explains step by step how to do it.
From the Settings / security menu you can see where you logged in with the Instagram account
From the Settings and privacy section, you have to enter the Applications and sessions section of your account settings. In the Sessions section, all active login sessions connected to your account will be displayed. There you will also be able to see the location and time of the login.
To close any of the sessions, click on the Close session button next to the device mentioned in the list, or click Close all sessions at the top of the list to close them all at once.
If any of the logins is suspicious, it is convenient to change the password.
Changing your password on Twitter is essential if the session was left open on another computer
In the case of Gmail, from the desktop version you have to go to the lower right margin, click on Details and there you can see a list of all the computers where you logged in. This information can also be accessed by entering Security Verification, which can be accessed by entering this link . From there you can choose to log out remotely from any computer where the account is active.
Within Security Verification you can remotely log out of Gmail sessions.
To access Security Verification from the mobile you have to open the Gmail account, press on the three horizontal stripes to access the Settings menu, then press on Settings / Account / Manage your Google Account and there you will see several tabs. You have to go to the one that says Security and scroll to the option Your devices where you will see the list of all the computers from where you logged in. There you have to click where it says Manage devices and press on the three points next to the computer where you want to end the session and choose the “Exit” option.