Same problem here.
Only on iOS, Android works fine.
Same problem here.
If you’re not running the beta version of iOS app from TestFlight try that. There was a bug with auth a while back…
i have tried but same problem.
What helps (as far as i can see) is moving RTP camera stream from main tab to some rarealy used tab.
Looks like it has something to do with RTSP stream of my camera.
Do you use cloudflare in your setup?
No Cloudflare here. I do use an SSL proxy to front end external connections on 443 and push them through to 8123.
Same here! Don’t think it has to do with camera feeds. I’ve had the messages before having the camera feeds.
I run the latest HA thru duckdns and I indeed think it is a glitch somewhere
This seems to be an iOS issue, app auth token expiring or something similar. I only run HA internal, and get login failed daily from the only iOS device I have on the network. It is the only device that reports invalid logins – happens if the app is in the background for a while though I don’t know the exact timing. The app does not report errors or a login failure so it happily reauthenticates fine, but I think it is sending an expired token first triggering the HA alert.
Have you tried toggling background app refresh?
I’m not too much up on Apple tech, but more than willing to try anything at this point. I will search on that option to see what I can find. It’s not really a critical issue, just a bit of an annoyance for me.
*edit: Background refresh for the Home Assistant app was on, I’ve toggled it off. time will tell if I get another message though I don’t expect much from my testing. The alert typically happens when the ipad comes out of sleep, or my wife switches back to the app from another she is using.
Same issue here as well. Only my wife’s iPhone is causing these invalid logins. My iPhone is working fine. We both use the same HA instance with identical views and cards.
Updating this thread, changing background refresh had no effect. I still get an invalid login attempt at least once a day from the ipad.
I’ve reinstalled the app on my wife’s ipad, created a new account, setup a new instance of HA and just about everything in-between and still get the alert once a day at least. Same as you we use the same dashboards – unfortunately her iPad is the only iOS device we have to test with, interesting to know only one of your IOS devices is creating the notification.
I use also RTSP camera hand have this issue. Maybe, a proxy are the solution.
i delete my database and now no more errors… maybe worth a try for others if you don’t find the data is gone
Is that safe?
Any instructions or guidance you can share @Sven12345 ?
maybe this can help you I have my database running on mysql should you have that too I will also try it for 2 weeks now no error. hopefully it will stay that way…
and solve the problem also by your HA?
Login attempt failed messages started popping up today. iOS 15 on my iPhone 12. HA version 6.4. Is there a known fix?
Here is the automation I came up with, entirely based on your idea, with the added more elegant trigger that was missing :
alias: Hide iPhone co notification description: 'Trigger at iPhone Login attempt failed notification, to remove that notification' trigger: - platform: event event_type: call_service event_data: service_data: title: Login attempt failed notification_id: http-login domain: persistent_notification service: create condition:  action: - service: persistent_notification.dismiss data: notification_id: http-login mode: single
It triggers on any persistent notification creation with title =
Login attempt failed and notification id =
http-login, which correspond to what I get often as well when I launch the HA app on my iPhone.
- No more
Login attempt failednotification !
- It’s clean as it only tigger on
http-loginnotification, and it’s the only thing it remove
- Login attempt failed are still visible in HA logs as
- No more
Login attempt failednotification at all of any kind ! You will only be aware of any failed login (proper or malicious) if you happen to go check HA logs. Only apply this solution if you’re confident enough in HA security you’ve set (proper password,
ip_ban_enabled: true, double authentification, https from outside, … ), and if you’re sure you only have an issue with that specific case of the iPhone application.
- It’s not a fix to the actual issue, stay aware of
ip_ban_enabled: true, I recommend setting
login_attempts_thresholdat least to 10, I once had my iPhone ban at 5…
I had a camera (xiaomi vacuum map extractor) on main tab. I moved it to another and problem disappeared. I figured out it from nginx access log, it can help you to understand this behaviour.