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I keep my bedroom locked up pretty tight. Out of nowhere, another family member’s YouTube account was logged into on my Roku TV. Was there any way this could have happened outside of them getting inside my room and logging into it themselves? I keep a lock on my door with concrete covering the screws, it’d be nearly impossible for someone to get in here without breaking something or leaving an obvious trace. They said they didn’t come in here.
My room has a latch on it with two locks. The screws have been covered by JB weld. The only way inside this room is through the windows, and we tape the curtains down to the windows. If someone came in through a window, they couldn’t get back in to fix the tape. It’s really unlikely someone came in here. I make it clear that I don’t want anyone coming in here without my knowledge and I take many precautions to keep that from happening. I hope I get more replies to find out whether this is the only way someone could’ve logged in on my device, if it’s not there’s going to be some problems for the person who did.
I just assumed you had one. I have one as part of my Ring system. I didn't realize asking someone about something I myself have was rude. I'll step away and let you deal with others, if you find my question out of line.
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