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Microsoft 365 users can now report “This wasn’t me” for unusual sign-in activity

User now can check for any unusual activity in Azure AD My Sign-Ins

Users able to see:

If anyone is trying to guess their password.
If an attacker successfully signed in to their account from a strange location.
What apps the attacker accessed.

The newest addition to this page allows end users to report “This wasn’t me” or “This was me” on unusual activities.

We also added “This wasn’t me” and “This was me” buttons for unusual activities. If a user chooses “This wasn’t me”, then they would see this dialog:

If you’re curious about your personal email too, we have similar features in the Recent Activity page for consumer Microsoft Accounts at: https://account.live.com/activity – Check it out!

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