Ugh! Once again I got an email from a friend with no subject line and I quickly clicked on a link.
As soon as I did, I realized I shouldn’t have. What aggravation!
My friend called me to warn me but it was too late. I changed my password and notified everyone in my address book.
Today I noticed the red bell on Yahoo! mail that indicates a notification. There was a little three beside it. I followed the notices and see that Yahoo! kindly let me know that someone in Mexico signed in on my accounts.
Who are these spiritual midgets who think this is a way to make a peso or who enjoy ticking people off? I do pity them.
The irritations of 21st century life.
- Use This Easy Trick To Immediately Know When Your Email’s Been Hacked (businessinsider.com)
- Virus sending email to everyone in my address book (morrisframe.typepad.com)
- TrueDarkJade68 E-mail Has Been Hacked (thedarkglobe.wordpress.com)
- 22 June 2012. I’ve Been Hacked! If You Get Something Supposedly from Me… It’s NOT Me (02varvara.wordpress.com)
- My msn mail account sending fake emails (gervaisotoole.typepad.com)
- how to get someones yahoo password free (virgildobson.typepad.com)
- Hackers On How To Prevent Your Facebook Account From Being Hacked (allfacebook.com)
- “I hacked in after finding the answer to the security question, ‘What is your favorite…” (shortformblog.com)
- After the LinkedIn Hack: The One Step You Must Take Today (theatlantic.com)