Your email account was hacked. What now?

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The first sign that something’s wrong is almost always the same. Friends and business contacts complain that they’re receiving mail with advertisements from you. Dozens of notifications from mailer daemons accumulate in your inbox, claiming that your mail cannot be delivered. Either the addresses of the recipients were misspelled or they did not exist. Or, perhaps, you received a message from your mail provider saying that someone has changed your personal data. Now your alarm bells should be ringing, as it’s possible that your mail account has been hacked. A Trojan virus that spied out the ac…

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