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Hi, It appears my firefox account was comprimised, and they where able to gain access to all stored info and saved logins casuing major damage.

All accounts have since been secured, and in process of recovery from effected sites.

With the browsing history logs, it looks like it has tabs for the date it was added and when it was last modified, but not actively used, are these meant to be by default?

It would also be a nice feature to see which device was used to access the webpage, as i have had to wipe 2 computers as a precaution in case the either was hacked into, if i could of seen which one, this might of been preventable

If it could say for example Site Device Added YouTube My Device 1 12-05-2021 Gmail My Device 2 11-05-2021 Amazon unknown device 11-05-2021

Action can be taken sooner

Looks like feedback site is undergoing changes, so i can't suggest there.

Regards, KG

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There is an occassional error involving Outlook. Unfortunately, you are not alone in this respect.

In regards to being Hacked, there may be a logical explanation as to the issue you incurred might appear to be a hack attack.

question 1: Are you syncing your user data up the FF account?

question 2: If you open MSEdge browser, can you find/see your user data in it?

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·´¯`·...¸>-)))º> ~dbben said

There is an occassional error involving Outlook. Unfortunately, you are not alone in this respect. In regards to being Hacked, there may be a logical explanation as to the issue you incurred might appear to be a hack attack. question 1: Are you syncing your user data up the FF account? question 2: If you open MSEdge browser, can you find/see your user data in it?

Wasn't an outlook attack, highlighted line is not relevent, its just one of the many sites they got onto, more interested in the logging of added | modified

Firefox was set to my account and syning the 2 known devices, still cant see which device accessed which web page, or when it was accessed

I do have a backup of all broswer data which i can import to bring up history before attack

it looks like root cause came from access to firefox account and the built in password manager to get access to other sites

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