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Change your password, enable 2-step verification for all Google items (gmail, google music, etc.)

Personally I find 2-step verification to be great, even if people manage to find your password they can't do much unless they also get the verification code.
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post
Ok so I just learned how to track my Gmail activity.

It says that my IP address xxx.xxx.148.148 is located where I live, as thats my IP address.

It shows when I log in normal.

However there is this other address 174.140.173.93 that it says is located in Washington.

Here is the ARIN on the address: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/DIREC-104

It said that that IP address accessed my account about 1 hour ago.

I also noticed a minute ago that my password did not work and I had to reset it.

But heres the thing, I have ran several anti-virus scans and even removed all the "riskware" like keygens that I knew to be safe, just to be 100% safe. I changed all my passwords to a different one twice now.

This is getting frustrating. How the heck can they keep hacking me, if they are?
Do you log into Gmail at all via your phone?

I'm on T-Mobile and when I would check my gmail though the internet instead of the gmail app, it would say logged in from some other ip. I too was confused so I searched the ip and it was from Washington state. It ended up being a T-Mobile IP address.

But 6 months ago or so, someone in Sweden had got my password. I got locked out due to Google security and reset and changed my password.
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Originally Posted by Sistum Id View Post
Do you log into Gmail at all via your phone?

I'm on T-Mobile and when I would check my gmail though the internet instead of the gmail app, it would say logged in from some other ip. I too was confused so I searched the ip and it was from Washington state. It ended up being a T-Mobile IP address.
This.

Every time my phone checks my Gmail inbox, a hit from Texas shows up, even though I'm in California.

That said, the IP is registered to Blackberry, and yours isn't registered to a carrier as far as I can tell.
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Change your password, enable 2-step verification for all Google items (gmail, google music, etc.)

Personally I find 2-step verification to be great, even if people manage to find your password they can't do much unless they also get the verification code.
My smartphone was stolen 3 weeks ago and the thief tried to get into my Gmail acct. How do I know that? Well, that 2 step verification process is good to use & it would ask me for the codes at the beginning of the month. That's how I know the thief tried to access my Gmail cause I had already done the verification at the beginning of the month. Anyway it's a PITA because the thief is still trying to access my Gmail acct. I'm having to do the 2 step verification process every few days..... I did change my password the day my phone was stolen....
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Originally Posted by Sistum Id View Post
Do you log into Gmail at all via your phone?

I'm on T-Mobile and when I would check my gmail though the internet instead of the gmail app, it would say logged in from some other ip. I too was confused so I searched the ip and it was from Washington state. It ended up being a T-Mobile IP address.

But 6 months ago or so, someone in Sweden had got my password. I got locked out due to Google security and reset and changed my password.
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This.

Every time my phone checks my Gmail inbox, a hit from Texas shows up, even though I'm in California.

That said, the IP is registered to Blackberry, and yours isn't registered to a carrier as far as I can tell.
I do not own a phone at all whatsoever.
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My smartphone was stolen 3 weeks ago and the thief tried to get into my Gmail acct. How do I know that? Well, that 2 step verification process is good to use & it would ask me for the codes at the beginning of the month. That's how I know the thief tried to access my Gmail cause I had already done the verification at the beginning of the month. Anyway it's a PITA because the thief is still trying to access my Gmail acct. I'm having to do the 2 step verification process every few days..... I did change my password the day my phone was stolen....
Good luck on locating your phone, it might be a long process but I'm sure there's a way to find it.

At least he isn't able to get into your Google associated programs.
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post #27 of 27
Yea I had that done to me in China before. Now I have Google Authenticator using 2 step authentication on my Google Account if not there's always the SMS feature.
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