The security of messaging services is one of the most requested requirements today and one of the factors taken into account when choosing these services. The evolution has been clear and more and more mechanisms are being implemented, which is very positive.
Of course, these are only focused on exchanging messages and protecting data, but there are areas that also need to be controlled. So, it is important to know if someone has logged in to your account, something simple to confirm on Telegram.
Detect security issues
As a rule, security concerns overlook some basic elements. Users are concerned with the protection of communications and the possibility of being heard, leaving aside physical security and account theft.
The latter are usually the cause of the biggest problems, with accounts being accessed remotely and thus reading messages. Who uses Telegram has access to information about the connections and where they are made. This way it is simple to know if someone has logged into your Telegram account.
Information present on Telegram
To access this information, you must first open the Telegram Settings. To do this, click on the icon with the 3 horizontal bars and find this option in the menu that opens immediately. Then choose the option Privacy and Security.
There you will find several areas with specific definitions and arranged by themes. The one you are looking for is in the Security area and is called Active Sessions. Upon opening, they find the list of all devices where the Telegram account is configured and to be used.
Session data and more about connections from that account
This list shows the data of the current device and also of the rest, whether mobile devices, computers or even the web. They can also, for each entry, end the session on Telegram permanently and immediately.
With this information, simple and direct, users can quickly detect abnormal situations, problems and abuses in Telegram. They quickly interrupt these calls and can take steps to protect the account against these attacks and identity theft.