I went to one of my hubs today and was re-reading it and
found someone had put a link right inside my hub to their site!
How did they do this other than by knowing my password? Is
there any other way?
Your computer has malware that is inserting those links. Time to run a malware detector.
Thank you psycheskinner. Now I just ran the complete malwarebytes scan and it says I am clean and they didn't find any malware. Now what?
Try a different malware detector, none of them are 100%.
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If you want to confirm, tell us which hub and what is linked. I am pretty sure we will not see a link.
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