The authentication function is implemented using Cognito.
In order to detect that your account has been hijacked, after logging in to the email address registered with Cognito,
I would like to send you a message that i am logged in.
I checked the user pool, but I could n’t find any of these settings.
I decided to ask a question.
Answer # 1
I think you have to make it yourself to some extent.
It may be a part that can be implemented on the application side, or if sending to AWS, Lambda is combined with the authentication event and mail is thrown?
If the email address is included as information in User Attributes, it feels like going.
Customizing user pool workflows with Lambda triggers
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