Find and remove unusual activity on your AOL account
Monitoring your recent login activity can help you find out if your account has been accessed by unauthorized users. Review your recent activity and revoke access to suspicious entries using the info below.
Remove suspicious activity
From a desktop or mobile browser, sign in and visit the Recent activity page. Depending on how you access your account, there can be up to 3 sections. If you see something you don't recognize, click Sign out or Remove next to it, then immediately change your password.
• Recent activity - Devices or browsers that recently signed in.
• Apps connected to your account - Apps you've given permission to access your info.
• Recent account changes - Shows the last 3 password changes. Click show all to see all changes.
IP addresses in Recent activity
Your IP address is your location online and each session should start with the same few sets of numbers. Click any recent activity entry to view its IP address as well as the date and time it was collected. If one is drastically different from the others, remove it and change your password. Be aware that there are some legitimate reasons why your history can show unfamiliar locations, such as your mobile device detecting the wrong location or Internet provider using a proxy server.