I received an email today telling me that my 1Password account was used to sign in from a location where I haven't been in years.
The email says:
Hi, Grant. Your 1Password account was just used to sign in to from 1Password for Android.
British Columbia, Canada (18.104.22.168)
Monday, July 27, 2020 at 10:38am PDT
Email headers appear legit, so I don't think it's phishing:
Authentication-Results: vade-backend19.dreamhost.com; dkim=pass
reason="1024-bit key; unprotected key"
header.d=1password.com firstname.lastname@example.org header.b=ZaCEe7WM;
The name of the device that signed in is the same as my legitimate one, but I"m sure that's just an alias and not how you actually identify a device.
But is it possible that a new device belonging to someone in Vancouver accessed my account? Or is it just a spurious issue with routing or something that made it look like the device was in Vancouver?
Scary guys. Appreciate your help.
1Password Version: N/A
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Not Provided
Sync Type: 1Password for Families
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