Windows 10: Privacy concern- Many attempted logins to my Microsoft account

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  1. Privacy concern- Many attempted logins to my Microsoft account


    Recently I have seen that in my signin activity section of Microsoft account there are many login attempts from unknown locations. And today I even received a mail stating that someone was trying to login in my Amazon account. I am very much worried and tensed and feeling like someone is targeting me. Is my phone is hacked? What could I do to prevent my self. Although Microsoft account and Amazon account is of no value to me but I am only scared why someone is targeting me and what if they gain access and what if they gain access to my gmail account. * Moved from Community Center* Original tit

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    ANUP YADAV1, Mar 2, 2024
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    Hi Werner,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community Forums.

    In order to get clarity on this issue and assist you with appropriate troubleshooting steps, please reply with the answers to the questions below.

    1. Are you seeing any error message or not able to access websites?
    2. What issues are you facing with your online privacy and security?

    For blurry applications, follow the steps mentioned in Fix apps that appear blurry in Windows 10 and check if this helps.

    Please elaborate on the issue, so that we can understand the concern and get back to us to help you further.

    We await your reply.
     
    Shafeeq_Khan, Mar 2, 2024
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  3. Privacy Concerns with Microsoft Account

    If I use a Microsoft account on my Windows 11 laptop, will Microsoft be able to track which websites I visit and see all my local and online activities? Privacy is a big concern for me, so I need to know exactly what Microsoft will be able to see and track in terms of my activities.
     
    CliveFL2022, Mar 2, 2024
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