I think that as a matter of security (in the Firesheep age) I'd like to see the last IP address from which my account was accessed next to my name, somewhere in the top bar. I'd also ideally like a history of my IP addresses (available only to me) in my account summary.

Thoughts?

EDIT:

Right now, it shows the "last activity from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx N hours ago." or "Last activity from this IP address N hours ago."

I want two changes. Firstly, I want to see the last IP address even if it's the same one, as in: "Last activity from this IP address (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) N hours ago.)

Also, I want a new tab with all of my recent IP addresses, similar to Gmail.

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You can already see it in your profile page:

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OP knows about that -- not downvoting or anything, he said it in chat -- but per this question, he wants it displayed more prominently, and wants a history. (A previous answerer already posted this answer, but deleted it after I posted a comment much like this one.) –  Pops Dec 3 '10 at 17:16
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@Pop You should probably post that comment to the question, or just edit it into the question. –  Grace Note Dec 3 '10 at 17:17
    
Oh. Ok. I'll leave it for the next answerer then :P. There's really no way of knowing that from the question... –  Kobi Dec 3 '10 at 17:19
    
Yes, I know about that. @Kobi - What is unclear from the question, I'll gladly clarify. –  Moshe Dec 3 '10 at 18:11
    
Looks like this went away when profile pages were redesigned? –  todofixthis Aug 26 '12 at 18:56
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We already show this on your user page. If you want it displayed elsewhere you can write a greasemonkey script to do that.

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I wouldn't put status-completed yet, "I'd also ideally like a history of my IP addresses (available only to me) in my account summary." I think the way gmail works is ideal. –  AttackingHobo Dec 4 '10 at 4:56
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