Last.fm os scrobbling musics that I'm no listening to.

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Some raps that i never heard of are appearing frequently in my scrobble list.
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Hugo Paiva Andreoni

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mclarge

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Do you have any examples Hugo that people may be able to look at? Have you checked also if the Artist and track corrections tickbox is selected if you go to https://www.last.fm/settings/website. If ticked have you tried scrobbling and unticking?

Or are they scrobbling at times you're not even listening to music?

Just trying to suggest some options / questions others may be able to help with :)
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Hugo Paiva Andreoni

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I think that someone was using my Deezer account, I changed the password and the weird scrobbles stopped. But thank you for your reply
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mclarge

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Glad you got it sorted :)
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Gesa Führing

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I have the same problem, but it was clearly at a time, I didn't hear any music. I have no idea, why this happened :-/
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Jon, Community & Customer Services

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Hi Gesa,

You can review connected scrobbling applications on this page: https://www.last.fm/settings/applications  - I would disconnect anything you don't recognise or remember using recently.

If need be, you can secure your Last.fm account by going to your account settings, changing your password, and then choose sign out everywhere.

However, as with Hugo, it's possible that one of your streaming accounts (e.g. Spotify or Deezer) is being accessed by someone else.  To be on the safe side, I recommend that you secure your accounts by changing your password, and then signing out everywhere.  e.g. You can do this with spotify here: https://www.spotify.com/uk/account/overview/  
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