that someone has gotten your password. Are you accessing the Gmail account solely on your computer or are you going to the Gmail account on a public cr shared computer. There are tools that reveal logins and passwords that are used when using Internet Explorer.
Suggestions are that if you don't want anyone accessing the account, then change the password. Make is strong, a combinations of letters and numbers. There are hackers that use dictionarys to try passwords.
Clear the passwords from memory when you are done each time. This will remove the passwords from Internet Explorers memory. Before you try this, make sure that you can erase the passwords or just don'r go there on that computer.
If you're using your own computer, Use good tools.
A good virus program. I use Avast and AVG FREE is also good.
Spyware removal tools. These can be Googled and are all FREE versions.
C W Shredder
Spybot Search & Destroy
Zone Alarm(Firewall only, FREE)
I have a Toshiba laptop running on Windows XP Professional.
I have a high suspicion that my Gmail email password has been stolen and my email is being accessed by someone else. How can I verify this? Is it possible to see when my last logon was or any other detail that can show me if someone else has accessed my account?
I have changed the passwords, but my worry is that they still accessed my email which had important things in it. Another worry is that they logged on once from a different computer and have not logged off yet ? in this case, even my changing passwords does not help. I know that one can log into one?s gmail account from multiple computers at the same time because I have tried this.
I really started getting worried when I was logged into gmail the other day and under the chat pane, it kept saying that I am logged out and need to log back in. Yet I was able to send messages. Does this mean that someone else logged into my account and then logged out ?hence the message?