I want to start by saying I'm VERY familiar with cyber security and how everything works. I have a degree in the field and have been around the work for a long time. There's no "FAQ" answer that will answer this thread because I know how to do all of that by heart. Instead, I have a question specifically for Spotify's IT department. Are you just collecting free money? Do you know what you're doing or is it simply a glitch? There are thousands of cases of random location logins with people who are not infected (including myself). I'm a new user on Spotify and either Spotify has let a vulnerability go for years (letting hackers steal all of your account information and use your accounts for free while you pay) or its simply a glitch that the programs coders have been too lazy to fix. Instead they let their customers fear of being compromised. So what's the answer? Is the IT department getting free paychecks without doing anything? Do you even check for vulnerabilities? or is it a glitch in the code?