How to Check if your Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Other Accounts Have Been Hacked

Hackers routinely target high profile victims like politicians or wealthy cryptocurrency investors. But you could become a target too. Maybe an abusive former partner wants to stalk you, or a run-of-the-mill cybercriminal wants to get into your bank account.

Details are in the Motherboard web site at: http://bit.ly/2DJ0Spd.

4 thoughts on “How to Check if your Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Other Accounts Have Been Hacked

  1. Thank you, Dick. I was able to log out of my G-mail on my phone and iPad from my laptop using a link on the pop-up box. I have never been able to figure out how to log out on those two devices before. It made me nervous to have them open when I wasn’t using them.

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