I've recently noticed a strange comportment on my Google Chrome Browser with GMail, where suddenly appeared a connected Unknown Device, with a double connection and with the same IP than mine, looking at the GMail history Details of accesses, and I don't know where is the origin of the problem.
Illustration of the problem (Portuguese language location):
I've already deleted the Profile, following the below advice teached in the Ask Ubuntu Section:
*( Clearing all private user data from Chrome from the command line - Ask Ubuntu )
For the default Chrome configuration, run
rm -rf ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/
rm -rf ~/.cache/google-chrome
, and the strange described problem doesn't gone yet until todays.
This below Topic, also doesn't help to resolve or remedy the problem:
*( security - Remove access for unknown devices in account activity - Web Applications Stack Exchange )
. Maybe it's a viruse/malware on my Debian? I'll try to scan my computer, also verifying the Debian 7 Partition with ESET SysRescue:
, to know if I'll discover some infection, some trace of hidden prague on my system. I think that this symptom is uncommon and I suspect an infection, and it's the first time that I see this behavior on Linux.
Could someone here help me to investigate the problem? This might not be malware related, only Network issues on a last valid hypothesis. Only rests for me to let unoccupied an USB Flash Drive to make a Bootable AV USB Key for scan my computer, including the Bootable AVs as Kaspersky Rescue Disk or the ESET SysRescue Linux-based Security Distributions (the best Vaccines encountered on the market, according to all my searches).
Obs.: Maybe this is a prank of my older brother, accessing the Debian partition with Ubuntu and infecting it with a virus / malware. Or is it fruit of a infection of a possibly hidden extension on the latest 32-bit version of Google Chrome for Linux (.deb package), that was acquired when I was browsing on some harmful websites? I've not managed to encounter a guide with steps, and with a list of probable related causes for resolve the case.
Waiting a return as soon as possible.