Help... I've Had My Email Hacked (and what to do about it)

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Check your computer for spyware & keyloggers
Change email password
Change hosting passwords
Change domain registrar passwords
Change Google account passwords
Change passwords for every blog or other script installation
Change passwords for your autoresponder account
Change passwords for any tracking account, URL shortener etc
Change passwords for social profiles

Check for any malicious changes in every file on your hosting accounts

Don't ever share a password with a Tell A Friend script especially one hosted on a site run by an internet marketer who doesn't have a team of people dedicated to site security...

I don't even trust Facebook or Linkedin with my Google passwords (Facebook have finally fixed their friend finder after buying Octazen)

Use a different password for every site (Use Lastpass or Roboform to manage passwords)

Also read this
#email #hacked
  • Profile picture of the author dvduval
    We've had customers that don't believe there is trojan on their computer grabbing all their FTP passwords, but this sort of thing is increasingly common. There have also been many hosts hacked in the last year. I don't even save passwords on my computer if at all possible.
    It is okay to contact me! I have been developing software since 1999, creating many popular products like phpLD.
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