Mabuhay! Narito ka ba dahil nakatanggap ka ng isang notipikasyon tungkol sa isang tangkang pag-login sa iyong akawnt? Huwag mag-alala! Nananatili pa ring ligtas ang iyong akawnt.
Bakit ako nakakakuha ng (mga) paunawa/paalala?
Nakatanggap ka ng notipikasyon dahil mayroon nagtangka (at di-nagtagumpay) na i-login ang iyong akawnt. Kapag ang pagsusubok sa paglagda ay sa pamamagitan ng isang device o browser na hindi mo pa nagamit noon, at saka nakakuha ka ng notipikasyon pagkatapos ng unang bigong paglagda. Kapag naman sa batid na device o browser, saka lang mao-off ang notipikasyon pagkatapos ng limang tangka.
Nabuo ng $LoginNotify ang mga paunawa, ang tampok na ipinakilala noong 2017.
Ano ang aking nararapat na gawin?
Mayroon ka dapat na matibay at natatanging hudyat (password) para sa iyong account. Kung sa palagay mo ay hindi ito ang kaso, dapat mong baguhin ang iyong password sa lalong madaling panahon. Ayon sa isang pag-aaral tungkol sa mga nakalabas na hudyat pang-account, halos 17% ng 10 milyong tagagamit ng internet ang may “123456” bilang kanilang hudyat.
Don't be one of them! Even if you do have a strong password, you may want to change your password anyway, if you suspect that someone else has tried to access your account.
Also, it might be a good idea to associate an email address with your account in the event you lose access to your account and want to get back in. You can set your email on the first panel of your Preferences page. You might also want to glance through this essay on how to prevent account hijacking, which has some general tips you should keep in mind when using the internet.
Paano ba nagana ang tampok na ito?
For known devices/IPs, we allow up to 5 login attempts before alerting the user about the login attempt, since it's fairly common to mistype or forget a password. If there are 5 or more failed attempts, the notification will say: "There has been a failed attempt to log in to your account since the last time you logged in. If it wasn't you, please make sure your account has a strong password." There would be another notification at 10 attempts, 15 attempts and so on.
For unknown devices/IPs, we alert on every failed attempt. The extension bundles these notifications to avoid spamming users with too many notifications. For example, if there are 3 failed attempts from an unknown device, there will be a single notification, which says: "There has been a failed attempt to log in to your account from a new device since the last time you logged in. If it wasn't you, please make sure your account has a strong password.".
Mga bagay na dapat tandaan
There are two ways for users to get these notifications – either by web Echo notifications or by email. By default, the web and email notifications are on for everyone. This is configurable in the notification preferences.
Mga matagumpay na pag-login
The extension allows you to get an email when a user logs in successfully to your account from an unfamiliar device and IP. This is especially helpful for admins or other functionaries who are concerned that their rights might be misused. This notification is on by default. Note that the web notifications are disabled for this feature. The email text says: "Someone (probably you) recently logged in to your account from a new device. If this was you, then you can disregard this message. If it wasn't you, then it's recommended that you change your password, and check your account activity." You can disable this in your preferences.
Magkaroon ng matibay na hudyat (password)
Mayroon mangilan-ngilang payo sa pagkuha ng matibay na hudyat. Ilan sa mga pangkaraniwang payo tungkol sa mga hudyat:
- "Select strong passwords – eight or more characters long, and containing letters, digits, and punctuation". (Source: Security/Password reset on Meta). Know more about passwords and security.
- "As a rule of thumb, a password that is reasonably long, with a mixture of upper and lowercase letters and numbers, and not mostly made up of dictionary words or names or personal information (date of birth, cat's name, etc.) is likely to be reasonably strong for everyday use. Passwords that consist of just lowercase letters can also be reasonably strong, but they must be significantly longer". (Pinagkunan: User account security on English Wikipedia).
- ↑ Iyer, Kavita. ‘123456’ is the most common password of 2016, reveals study