|reply to mattrixx |
Re: E-Mail "Contact List" Hack
What does AT&T have do to with this? Are you opening up your Yahoo mail from an AT&T phone? I think the culprit would be an infected app or you clicked on a link that downloaded malware to the phone.
If this is on your desktop, I would head over to the PC Cleanup forum and follow the steps there to attempt to rid yourself of a PC keylogger.
If we lose this freedom of ours, history will record with the greatest astonishment, those who had the most to lose, did the least to prevent its happening.
NO phone, just desktop use.
OK, I will follow your advice and visit the PC Cleanup Forum.
BTW, I have run current updated AVG 2012 (Free), Malwarebytes, Super Anti-Spyware etc. and each has found nothing!
So your saying in effect, changing one`s Password is not enough to resolve this E-Mail
"hack" problem because of the possibility of a "PC keylogger" that`s still hidden somewhere on my system?
And this is a result of just clicking on a link? Funny my ISP representative never said a word about anything other than changing the Password!
Thanks for any further insight into this.
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San Jose, CA
|reply to Krisnatharok |
said by Krisnatharok:AT&T contracts with Yahoo! to provide email services for AT&T users.
What does AT&T have do to with this? Are you opening up your Yahoo mail from an AT&T phone?
Yahoo! mail with AT&T's legacy 'pacbell.net'.
My old 'pacbell.net' accounts are still active, even after I quit using AT&T DSL service. They can be accessed via either IMAP, or the web, using any ISP.
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