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Robbers have stolen my laptop and it seems they are using my Google Account on Chrome. Gmail shows me only the last ten login's but I need more.

Can I find their IP addresses from Google web history? Is it possible?

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Doubt it will work, maybe look through the web history for geo-tagged pages – phwd Dec 19 '12 at 1:13

To track the IP who used your Google Account:

  1. Go to the Account after clicking on the icon at the top right corner of Google account and then move to the Devices option under the Recent activity.

  2. Now you can click on the Manage all devices connected to your Google account which would show the devices using the Google Account.

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do you have your mac address? it may be in your emails; it may be in the network logs of routers to which you were attached. from the mac address you MAY be able to get, if not the IP, the location, with tools such as samy.pl/mapxss/ or samy.pl/androidmap/ -- also check out various perl scripts exploiting skyhook and the locate-me feature of the iphone.

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I really don't see why having the laptop's MAC address would help. – user48214 Feb 12 '15 at 10:37

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