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gmail hacked please help

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by AngelaRoberts11, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. AngelaRoberts11

    AngelaRoberts11 Regular Member

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    I tried to log in to my gmail and it says that my password has been changed 1 hour ago and then i try to resolve this problem and gain my password but when i want to send my password to alternative email i see hip???????@gmail.com and I never have had such e-mail which starts with hip.!

    Can someone help me, have tried to look at their support site but nothing helps :mad:
     
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  2. Untouchable

    Untouchable Supreme Member

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    Try Password reset with the secret question.
     
  3. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    Try to send your password to your phone number
     
  4. digdigdug

    digdigdug Junior Member

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    If you have registered your cell phone then you can simply reset it to that. If you didn't register your cell phone, you should try google support.
     
  5. Joker7

    Joker7 Regular Member

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    Go to lost password and try to get it with your security answers.
     
  6. robbang

    robbang Junior Member

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    Wtf, I think my gmail was hacked also...CRAP.
     
  7. Chrishiella

    Chrishiella Junior Member

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    go to lost password, it usually shows 4 options.
    you can recover it via your mobile phone, email alternative, of security question.
    hope it works.
     
  8. mikie46

    mikie46 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Err, can you contact Gmail? Seriously, nobody here can help you. I cant believe all the people who replied to this thread.
     
  9. turtlelove

    turtlelove Newbie

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    Including you. Unbelievable!
     
  10. iamagoodp3rson

    iamagoodp3rson Registered Member

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    It can be retrieved. As many of them said if you have added the phone number to your account then you should be good. I am pretty sure that the hacker would have changed the alternate email. Or try answering the security questions.
     
  11. backontrack

    backontrack Power Member

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    I am also having the same problem, all 100 of my gmail accounts were hacked!
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  12. AngelaRoberts11

    AngelaRoberts11 Regular Member

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    I had the same, but I was lucky and I remembered my security question, now I changed alternative e-mail,made 2 of them,added phone and if someone else is trying to log in, gmail will send verification sms code to my phone.
    I am lucky that I got back my account.
    Under Continue choose can't access any of these.
    And try to answer your recovery, it is only hope.
     
  13. Aspirin

    Aspirin Newbie

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    To have your Gmail/Yahoo or any other email account hacked is very difficult. If it does happen, run trojan searches on your computers. You are most likely infected by trojan/virus/adware etc.