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Network Hacked?

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#1 graphicsman


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Posted 27 January 2013 - 04:07 PM

So today I was going onto Pandora to play some music for my child to fall asleep on our HTPC and I saw a logged in email account that wasn't mine. I proceeded to ask the wife and she says it wasn't hers either. After looking in settings it says its a male that is located across town from the zip code. Since they would have to log into their account from my computer and no one is on it what are the chances my network was hacked. What methods can I take to examine my network. Someone would have had to bypass two firewalls, log into a computer,, open Firefox and enter their info doesn't add up. Any help would be nice.

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