The ‘Recent Logon Activity’ list on the ‘Home tab‘ lists the five most recent logon actions for your SSO account. Each action is color-coded as a visual cue that there may be an action worth looking at. It is provided as an easy way for you to monitor your SSO logon activity for actions that may seem questionable.
The ‘Questionable Log Activity” help page gives examples of the different actions and their colors.
Highlighted actions are ones that might represent an unauthorized access attempt such as a failed logon attempt or a password reset. Because these actions are also common actions for an employee, a highlighted action doesn’t mean it is an attempted security breach. It is highlighted so that you can look at the time and location to determine whether the action was initiated by you or someone else.
If you think that an action listed on your log is questionable, you can quickly notify a security administrator with the details by checking the box next to the action and clicking the ‘Report Problem’ button.