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FTC advice on preventing, identifying, and dealing with hacked email or social networking accounts

August 1st 2013 in Uncategorized

“You get a flood of messages from friends and family. They’re getting emails from you with seemingly random links, or messages with urgent pleas to wire you money. It looks like your email or social media account might have been taken over. What do you do? For starters, make sure your security protections are up-to-date, reset your password, and warn your friends.”

More here: http://www.onguardonline.gov/articles/0376-hacked-email

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