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Keeping Your Anywhere Account Secure

At Anywhere, security is at the core of what we do. We go above and beyond to ensure that your board's data is handled with the utmost care and protection. It's not just important; it's fundamental to our business.

We want to give you a peek behind the curtain, to show you the steps we take to keep your data secure and highlight the ongoing work we do to make it even safer.

Checking Your Login Attempts for Peace of Mind

Ever wondered who's been knocking on the door of your Anywhere account? Well, we've got you covered. You can now conveniently review your last 10 login attempts, whether they were successful or not, all in one place.

Why It Matters

If you ever suspect that something fishy is going on with your login details or suspect unauthorized access, you can use this feature to double-check. Here's what you can find in your login attempts:

- IP Address: The machine's IP address used for the login.
- Browser: The trusty browser that did the heavy lifting.
- Date & Time: The precise date and time of each login.

Here's How to Check Your Login Attempts:

Click on your username at the top right corner of your account.

Next, select the Log-in Attempts option.

A nifty pop-up will appear, showcasing the details of your last 10 login attempts. You can quickly review and verify these details.

Successful attempts are displayed in a calm color, while failed attempts stand out in red.

Login Attempts

Failed Login Attempt

Note: If there are 5 consecutive failed login attempts, your account will be temporarily disabled for a predefined timeout. Fear not, though, your trusty account admin can come to the rescue. Admins can tweak this setting under the security settings in the Administrator/Settings menu.

We hope this guide has given you peace of mind about the security of your Anywhere account.

Got feedback or questions? Don't hesitate to reach out.

Updated on: 20/09/2023

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