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Access Log Report
The Access Log Report helps you maintain the security of your account. The Access Log screen shows you all access attempts and failures against your account during the previous thirty days. You should review your access log each time you log in to MyGradeBook. When you log in, you land on the Home tab. If there were any invalid passwords used during log in attempts in last 30 days, the Access Log Report is automatically displayed in a pop up.

If you suspect someone is attempting to guess your password, go to the My Account screen and change your password every couple of days. In addition, you may want to print the Access Log screen and tell the police that someone is breaking the law by illegally (albeit vainly) trying to access your account.

There are four columns in the listing of account accesses. Each column is described below.

Date
The date columns displays the date and time of the access.

Result
The result will normally contain "Successful".

If the result column does not contain "Successful", one of the following values will be entered;

Incorrect Password This occurs when the wrong password is entered.

Locked out (3 unsuccessful tries)
This can occur if you (or some other person) makes three straight mistakes when entering in your password. Check the activity prior to the locked out message(s) to see if the access attempts were made using passwords you would have not entered or at times you would have not accessed the system. Your account is "locked out" for one hour when three straight unsuccessful log in attempt are made. You can unlock your account by typing your unlock password in the password field instead of your normal password.

Unlocked (your unlock password was used) This occurs when you successfully "unlock" your locked account by entering your unlock password instead of your password in the log in screen.

IP Address
The IP (Internet Protocol) Address column identifies the address that was used during the access. The IP address will vary depending on whether or not you always access your account from the same computer and whether or not your computer is always assigned the same IP address when getting on the internet. After you have made several accesses to your account you will be able to see if you always use the same IP address or at least use the same first couple of numbers. You can review the IP addresses used to access your account to see if some really different IP address is accessing your account at times you were not using the system.

Password Used
The password used normally just contains asterisks. The password contains asterisks when you successfully access your account. If an incorrect password is used, the password column will show the incorrect password. You can refer to the password column when reviewing an unsuccessful log in attempt to see if the password used was something you may have typed by mistake.

If you suspect someone is attempting to guess your password, go to the My Account screen and change your password every couple of days. In addition, you may want to print the Access Log screen and tell the police that someone is breaking the law by illegally (albeit vainly) trying to access your account.



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