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If this Symantec blog post about a phishing scam targeting Dropbox users sounds like what happened to you, I'd recommend you do the following: If you entered your Dropbox and/or Gmail password to 'access the shared files', change both passwords immediately. If you re-use the affected password(s) on other websites, change those immediately as well. Ensure ...


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Suggestions: Go through all the Gmail settings, e.g. "Inbox type." Under "Accounts and Import", there are settings to grant others access to your account and mark conversations as read when opened by others. Check "Forwarding", "POP Download" settings, and "IMAP access" settings, too. Review all the filters again or delete & recreate them. Disable all ...


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If you don't have any "bad" filters, the other thing I'd check is to see if there are any apps that have access to your Gmail account. Go to https://myaccount.google.com/ and scroll down to "Connected apps and services". Click "View All". Make sure the apps and devices you're expecting are there, and that anything you're not expecting is immediately ...



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