Post Reply My Watch History is showing random episodes of anime watched
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Posted 3/15/15
For past week now eveytime i goto watch anime i notice my history shows random episdes of Naruto an Sword Art as being watched and messing me up as to where i left off. At 1st i thought maybe i was hacked so changed my password, But it continues to happen. the episodes it shows that were watched are in in random order so it dont appear that someone is actual waching anything, Anyone else having this strange issue ?
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haku025 wrote:

For past week now eveytime i goto watch anime i notice my history shows random episdes of Naruto an Sword Art as being watched and messing me up as to where i left off. At 1st i thought maybe i was hacked so changed my password, But it continues to happen. the episodes it shows that were watched are in in random order so it dont appear that someone is actual waching anything, Anyone else having this strange issue ?

That is pretty odd...

Just in case something is linked without a password (where a code was entered), go here and see if there are any devices you don't remember using and deactivate them...

/acct/?action=devices
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Posted 3/15/15

haku025 wrote:

For past week now eveytime i goto watch anime i notice my history shows random episdes of Naruto an Sword Art as being watched and messing me up as to where i left off. At 1st i thought maybe i was hacked so changed my password, But it continues to happen. the episodes it shows that were watched are in in random order so it dont appear that someone is actual waching anything, Anyone else having this strange issue ?


Your account was indeed compromised. Good thing you already changed your password. As asharka has pointed out, you should deactivate the devices on /acct/?action=devices to lock the intruder out completely.


Also, run a virus scan on your PC to make sure that your password wasn't stolen locally, and change your password on any other site/service you used the same log-in details for.
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Thank you for the replies and for the info.there was indeed 2 devices i dont use on there , a PS3 and a Adroid device, i have disabled them both
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