Has my email account been hacked?
In my junk email folder this evening, I found a message supposedly sent from my own email address. The subject line has spelling errors, and is not something I'd send myself. Does this mean the account has been hacked, and if so, what should I do?
I've frequently noticed this with junk mail. I don't think it means your account has been hacked or is anything to worry about. It's just another ploy to disarm you and force your curiosity to open it. I'd just ignore them like the rest,
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