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    Hi All,

    I use gmail.
    revently i have started seeing proxy server ip address in my gmail account.
    I tried changing the password, but the person seems to keep guessing all my passwords.

    Let me know this is being real trouble for me.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Sorry...a proxy server address in your gmail account????

    Can you elaborate?



    Try using a different machine...


    maybe there is a keylogger on your current machine???

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    I use gmail account from different machines, I dont think there will be key logger on all the machines i use.

    Even if there is a key logger, can you help me to find that out.

    Thanks

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    yeah...but it will cost you

    How can there be a key logger on all your machines???

    are they updated???

    why do you think some one is in your gmail account???

    and can you explain "seeing a proxy in your gmail account"??

    How do you do that....granted I dont have a gmail account...but I do have several web mail accounts....and I dont know of that feature.

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    Angry

    Gmail has the feature to capture IPs from where account is being used. It shows you the details of 5 ips that used the account.

    It is costing me heavily coz i am away from my family and they are getting wierd messages from me, my private info is being passed.

    I tried the IP trace tool the ip traces to proxy called hidemyass.com

    Please help.

    Thanks

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    scan your machines with malwarebytes

    are you using public machines???

    Create a new account...

    report it to gmail

    http://mail.google.com/support/bin/a...70&ctx=sibling

    Thats a cool feature....I am gonna check it out

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    Last edited by morganlefay; April 3rd, 2009 at 05:28 PM.
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    i dont use public machines.
    I have 3 different machines.

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    so have you reported it to gmail???

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    Gmail doesn't seen to have a support email address. they have a support blog. and their help FAQ.

    But this doesn't seen to work for the most ppl i see.



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    Gmail has the feature to capture IPs from where account is being used. It shows you the details of 5 ips that used the account.
    Where is this info available? I logged into my gmail account and looked in settings. Couldnt find it.
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