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No Malware or Spyware, But Someone Has Access To My Tablet


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#1 Perplexedinny

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Posted 31 March 2018 - 06:55 PM

Someone has mentioned a number of topics found in my email. Plus, I signed up for a different email and written passwords would not give me access. I know the passwords were correct because I used them to confirm the email.

Is it possible for someone to gain access to my tablet and be able to move around?

I did find different ip addresses in one email and closed the account, but I moved archived messages to another email service. No additional ip addresses found, but someone was familiar with the content.

Is unauthorized access still possible though no spyware or malware found?

One man suggested that the wireless router could be a point of access, but I don't know if that is true for tablets.

Any ideas?

I am using an Amazon Fire tablet.

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