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E-Mail Hijack

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#1 randomABCD


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Posted 21 June 2010 - 02:06 AM

Yesterday, my sbcglobal.net e-mail address was hijacked. All Sent Items had been erased and many of my Contacts received strange e-mails from my e-mail address. I have subsequently modified the e-mail account password and also ran a full scan and cleared out an apparent trojan malware. What I'm now trying to determine is whether my Sent Items and/or other e-mails were merely deleted or were they forwarded to unauthorized addresses and then once forwarded the later Sent Items was cleared to remove any trace? How would I determine that - is that something my ISP can trace? for me?

Thanks in advance for your insights.

Edited by Blade Zephon, 21 June 2010 - 02:46 AM.
Moved to AII as no logs provided and Prep Guide not followed. ~BZ

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