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Hacked e-mail--suggestions

Steve Bixby sbixby at montana.com
Wed Dec 9 16:06:09 GMT 2009

Good luck!!

I think the suggestion to disable your gmail account is a great one.

However, if your computer is still infected, it might take over any new 
account you set up.  There are a few free programs that you can try before 
doing anything else.  What I've read recommends running scans with all three 
of these as each finds different things.

All three are at CNET Download (which is a reputable site--not a bad idea, 
since there are "spyware removal" programs that are actually spyware 
themselves!)  You can go to http://download.cnet.com/windows/ and search, 
download, and run:

Spyware Blaster
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (there is a free version that doesn't do automatic 
updates or scans)

Hope this helps!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Susanna Mathews" <1orthodiva at gmail.com>
To: "Trauma &amp, Critical Care mailing list" <trauma-list at trauma.org>; 
"SURGINET: General Surgery Discussion List" <SURGINET at listserv.utoronto.ca>
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 6:56 AM
Subject: Hacked e-mail

> Friends,
> My e-mail seems to have been hijacked by something- I do NOT have an
> interesting website for you to visit, want to sell you electronics or
> anything of that nature.  I am working on the problem.  All ideas welcome.
> Susanna
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