should change cerquet question too.


    You don't have to be in China to get those IPs!

    Chinese overlords want your computer

    Do you have any emails that have passwords stored in them?

    Is the same email and password combo used on any other sites?

    now it might not be china btw. Ive heard that ip addresses could be masked or something?
    id be cautious either way.

    I had the same on my Gmail account a couple of months ago, I changed my password (already a complex one and thankfully unique) and security details then tried to work out what had actually been done with the account but couldn't find anything. The inbox was still in tact, there was no sign of any new sent mail nor any odd replies in case someone had sent bulk mail and deleted it. I had a good read through various discussions on it and Windows, OSX and Linux users all claimed to have had this problem which makes it look less likely to be a keylogger plus I've had no problem since. Strangely Gmail doesn't allow you to ban access to the account from foreign IPs which would make a lot of sense.


    think it was this guy
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