If you want to know how to get revenge against those who have hacked into your Gmail account, here are some things you might want to consider the next time you are accessing G-mail.
Gmail now has new security features that alert its users if someone might have illegally accessed their account.
What a lot of Gmail users probably never noticed is, that for a long time now, Gmail shows your “Last account activity” at the bottom of your In box. Just log in to your Gmail account, and scroll all the way to the bottom and you will see, “Last account activity: XX hours ago at IP (whatever your IP address was) Details”
If you click on “Details” Gmail will show you the last four or five IP addresses that were used to access your account. If it shows IP addresses that match your Internet Service Provider, or that of your office, or wherever else you use your computer, than you can feel confident that no one outside of your home, office, or school has accessed your account. The problem with this is, who really scrolls all the way down to the bottom to check this? Have you?
Now, Gmail is making it a little bit easier by putting a dark red warning bar at the bottom, letting you know that someone might have accessed your computer from another country, or perhaps, even from another geographic location in your country (the latter I’m not quite sure, because I haven’t checked this out).
I still think Gmail isn’t making full use of this new feature. I think it should be located above your messages in your In box. That way, you can’t help but see it, as soon as you log in.
Also, for those of you who are accessing someone else’s Gmail account, you should be aware of this new feature, because your target might know you are in their e-mail, especially if you are using proxies from other countries.
However, I’m writing about this, because there are many of you who are trying to get revenge against a spouse, lover, boss, coworker, etc., and you should know this information to check your own account, and make sure that your enemy hasn’t gained entry to your Gmail account.
So, keep your eyes open the next time you log into your Gmail account. You never know who could be spying on you!
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