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Prevent Gmail Hack


Prevent your Gmail from being Hack.

With this Gmail feature you can know if someone has hacked into your Gmail account.

Log into your Gmail account scroll all the way to the bottom, under the green line that states how much space you are using you'll see a line that says "Last Last account activity: "date" at this IP (xx.zzz.zzz.xx)."


See picture below marked with a red arrow.


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If someone will login to your account while you are logged in the line will change and will tell you that "This account is open in 1 other Location…IP (Other computer IP address).

If your mail isn't open on any other computer you know that your account is compromised.


Click in on the details link and get more info about -

The access type (POP, Browseror SMTP).

IP address find out the location of other address that entered your account, this might give you a clue about who is logging into your account.

The time and date of login.

This tip won’t stop people hacking into your account (if they do so), but it will give you a clue about how safe you mail is.

on Oct 02, 2008 | Google Gmail

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I changed my phone number and forgot my Gmail password..can you please help


If you did not set up an alternate email address, you are probably locked out for good. Sorry.

Jun 10, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Need to reset the password to my main gmail account but I have no access to the phone number that I was using it has changed so please help me reset the password with my new phone number**********


Using your old # is part of the security google has so no one else can access your account.
If you can't remember your phone # I think you're *******.
If you're trying to get into someone else's account stop before you get in trouble for hacking.

Apr 11, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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I let someone use my phone she has started a big


Goto the Facebook site and change the settings in your account, and do it quick. Eventually contact Facebook, to help you. The make sure, she can't use the an email account, setup the 2 step verification, with your phone number, not with your mail.

Oct 21, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Someone has hacked my gmail. Help?


This sounds like a scam to me - If I was you, i'd log into my gmail account and change my password. Beware of people trying to get you to tell them your password either by phone, SMS or email because 'apparently' your account has been hacked.

Jul 17, 2014 | Google Computers & Internet

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Gmail suggested I opened another sccount as someone else was trying to hack into my account. I changed my email address. But now I cannot access my email ihistory whioch means that I cannot


If you want to open a new account, be sure to move all the email in your current account to the new one before closing it. Also delete all or any private information you may have on your old account.

If making a new account does not satisfy you, add 2-step verification to the new account, which will link the account to a Google Authenticator or phone number, preventing unauthorized entry into your email. Google also tracks the user's IP address, and reports back if the account was accessed at a previously unknown location.

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I am look to unlock my gmail password but keeps on declining


Gmail, Google's email service, provides you with a free, online email address.
Your Gmail account is vulnerable to hackers if you don't take adequate steps to protect it.

Create a strong password that contains a mix of numbers and letters.
Use both upper and lowercase, and consider adding symbols.

Change your account's settings from HTTP to HTTPS.
Even if you take the necessary precautions, someone may still hack your account.

By checking various Gmail settings, you can determine if someone has hacked your account.
Sign in to your Gmail account.

If your password doesn't work, someone has compromised your account.
If your login works, scroll to the bottom of the Gmail screen until you find the Last Account Activity line.

Click "Details."
This opens a new window with all your recent account activity.

Check the Location box for any activity outside your area or from a strange IP address.
This is a sign that someone hacked your Gmail.

Click "Sent Mail" and look for any strange messages sent from your address.
If you find messages there that you didn't send, someone may have hacked your account.

Click the gear-shaped button on the top right side of the Gmail screen.
Choose "Mail Settings" from the drop-down list.

Check the Signature box to make sure no one changed it.
Hackers sometimes place links to malicious websites in this area.

If you send an email to someone and he unknowingly clicks one of these links, it can infect his computer.

Check the Vacation Responder section for a similar reason. Make sure no one has changed it or placed outgoing links.

Click the "Accounts and Import" tab at the top of the Settings page.
Click "Change Password Recovery Options" in the Change Account Settings section.

Enter your password if Gmail prompts you.
Check the Email section to make sure there are no strange addresses listed as a recovery email address.

If a hacker places one of his email addresses in this section, he can recover your password even after you've changed it.

While on this page, check your security questions to make sure no one changed them.
Close the "Recovering Your Password" page and return to your Gmail Settings page.

Check the "Grant Access to Your Account" section.
Unless you've added an account here, it should be empty.

If someone hacked your Gmail, you may find that he has added himself to your account in this section.
This means he can read your email and send messages from your address.

Click the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" tab.
Check the Forwarding section to make sure no one changed it.

Check the POP Download section and the IMAP Access section.
Unless you enabled them in the past, POP and IMAP should be disabled.

Hackers use these options to gain access to your messages.
Click "Save Changes" if you altered any settings.

Dec 08, 2013 | Google Gmail

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Access to Gmail denied 'your user name or password is incorrect'


Either you have forgotten the credentials to log in with or may have been hacked and password changed by someone else. If you correctly setup your account you should have a phone number attached to the account. If so, follow the instructions online to regain access to the account.

Jim

May 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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