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#1 StickDude101

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Posted 25 December 2010 - 09:08 PM

Could someone find out who this is. These IP's were logged into my email account, and they're not mine. I traced it and they are from california; I live on the east coast. I don't know if this is a hacker, or just an ad or bot of some sort, but it should not have been logged into my email address. Please help, as I have very important things in my e-mail account.

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#2 rosiesdad

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 12:57 PM

First I would get a hold of your e mail provider, and change passwords while your at it.
Next get whats important from your email account, and you could delete your messages on your account.
I think its up to you and your provider to work thru this.




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