That is precisely why cybercriminals are on the prowl to try to get hold of our Amazon access credentials. It is true that the internet store itself offers us a series of advanced functions to to protect all of it. A clear example of this that we are telling you about is found in the two-step verification function that we found. This will allow us to establish a additional security filter for suspicious connections trying to access that account.
But it is also true that, on many occasions, and this does not only extend to the electronic commerce giant, these security measures are not enough. We can make a mistake ourselves or the internet platform itself can be violated to access these access credentials. Whatever the reason, it may happen that we suspect that our Amazon account has been hacked.
Use this feature if your Amazon account has been hackedIt can happen to us in the event that we start receiving strange messages attempting to access the account on our mobile terminal. It may also be the case that we see strange movements when using that same account of the e-commerce giant. Therefore, at this point, the best thing we can do is access it as soon as possible with our credentials and carry out this movement that we are discussing now.
Actually, what we are going to do is close the session on all the devices where Amazon has been opened using our access credentials. To do this, the first thing we do is access our Amazon account as soon as possible, for example from the desktop computer. Next, we click on the section called My account where we can find a multitude of options and parameters related to it.
At that moment we click on the section that reads Login and security, where we find different functions related to this section. In the case at hand, and to close the session on all devices, click on protect your account. This is where we will find the corresponding button to close all open sessions with our credentials.
Once this is done, we recommend change password general access to the platform in order to access our account again from the devices we usually use. To finish we will tell you that the fewer the computers in which we log in, the better.