I have a pretty serious issue that is calling my integrity into question. An email was sent from one of my accounts that I did not send. It could have only happened one of two ways either someone physically did it from my computer or from my computer via RDP. Upon finding out about the situation I immediately started investigating possibilities as actual access to my computer physically would be rather difficult but not entirely impossible. What I found was that someone could have accessed my computer via RPD and that is highly likely as I started digging into my computer and found that I indeed had permissions on for this and there was at least two applications that could accomplish this running or open whatever you call it. I immediately disabled all of this and turned the permissions off but kind of like closing the barn door after the horse is out. My computer is usually up and running and logged in to everything, including my email accounts 24 hours a day 5 days a week as well. If someone used rdp to access my computer and acted maliciously sending emails and using other programs on my computer is there anyway to tell that it was them who sent them or would it simply look as if I did it. This could even result in some minor criminal charges if I can't prove this happened. One IT expert told me that they would be able to detect through the email that someone was using my computer remotely when those emails were sent. I'm not buying it. I feel they are just trying to make their job easier and scare me into saying I did something when I did not. Answers asap would be much appreciated before this escalates or just plead the 5th as it were.