Claeity Geo-Location and High RISK scores.
Turning on the location services can help with lowering high RISK scores.
For your iPad mini and Windows desktop:
Google Chrome never shares your location without your permission. By default, whenever you're on a site that wants to use your location information, Google Chrome alerts you by showing you a prompt at the top of the page. Your location is sent to the site only if you click Allow in the prompt.
If you agree to share your location with the site, the location icon appears in the address bar to remind you that you've permitted the site -- or something embedded in the site, such as a map -- to access your location. To see more details or to clear location permissions for the site, just click the icon.
Turn location sharing on or off
1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
2. Select Settings.
3. Click Show advanced settings.
4. In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.
5. In the dialog that appears, scroll down to the "Location" section. Select your default permission for future location requests:
o Allow all sites to track your physical location: Select this option to let all sites automatically access your location.
o Ask when a site tries to track your physical location: Select this option if you want Google Chrome to alert you whenever a site requests your location.
o Do not allow any site to track your physical location: Select this option to automatically deny site requests for your location.
Click Manage exceptions to remove previously-granted permissions for specific sites.
For your Mac computer:
It is possible to enable the Location Services in Mac OS X. First, from your apple icon (with other windows closed or minimized) go to your System Preferences and select the Security & Privacy panel. Navigate to the tab named Privacy. Make sure the lock at the bottom left of the window is unlocked. If it's locked, click on it and enter your password to unlock it. You should then be able to uncheck the option named "Enable Location Services". Once it's checked, close out of System Preferences to save your changes.
When you click on the Matrix icon you should get to a login screen and a popup should appear. Make sure you allow.
For your phone:
- Open Chrome on your phone
- Tap the 3 dots at the top right to make the menu appear
- Scroll down and select “Settings”
- Then scroll down and find “Site settings”
- The second one down should be “Location”. Click on that.
- It should give you a list of sites that have requested your location. If you see a bullseyes with either a black center or an X. (example below) Make sure that idp.carolina.safemls.net has a black dot. If it does not, please click on it and either set it to “Allow” or “Ask First”.
For your computers:
Allow or Prevent Websites to Request your Location in IE9, IE10, and IE11
1. Do step 2 or 3 below for how you would like to open Internet Options.
2. Open the Control Panel (icons view), click/tap on the Internet Options icon, and go to step 4 below.
3. In Internet Explorer, click/tap on Tools (Menu bar or gear icon) and Internet Options, and go to step 4 below.
4. Click/tap on the Privacy tab, and do step 5 or 6 below for what you would like to do.
5. To Allow Websites to Request Your Location in IE9, IE10, and IE11
A) Uncheck the Never allow websites to request your physical location box, click/tap on OK, and go to step 7 below. (see screenshot above)
NOTE: This is the default setting.
6. To Prevent Websites to Request Your Location in IE9, IE10, and IE11
A) Check the Never allow websites to request your physical location box, click/tap on OK, and go to step 4below. (see screenshot above)
7. Close and reopen Internet Explorer to apply.