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Check if Your Gmail is Hacked with Activity Monitor

Discussion in 'General Security' started by lotuseclat79, Oct 2, 2008.

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  1. lotuseclat79

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  2. abloke

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    Thankx for the tip of checking latest activity on gmail,
    wish i can monitor my other 2 ISP's too
     
  3. abloke

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    Hi Lotusclat79, Checked latest activity, & found & the account had been
    entered from 3 different IP addresses. Is this due to fact that i use
    broadband? They are all registered to same name?
    Thankx
    abloke
     
  4. Gizzy

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    I never noticed this before has it been there long?

    thanks for the post about it though,

    I thought other people logged into my account for a second when I checked the details until I realized it was just the pop3. :rolleyes:
     
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    It says 'if the Internet service provider (ISP) assigns a static IP to your PC/computer, then you can check the history for any ip other than your static IP address.On the other hand, if your ISP assigns a dynamic IP, then you can verify the first two sets of numbers and ensure that there is no strange IP'
     
  6. abloke

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    Thank-you Alicia, Gissy & lotus.
    Don't think I'm going to make much headway with this topic!
    But thankx for your time & input all the same
     
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