email keeps getting hacked
I have paid for this email for many years. As someone paying for a service, I expect to get service. My email has been hacked three times in the past three months. I am tired of constantly changing passwords, receiving multitudes of spam mails.....which are multiplying rapidly, and needing to constantly monitor your performance. Please, fix your extremely weak processes.
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I got avirus malware when signing in AOL Mail on 1st computer didn't open nothing then I sign in AOL mail on my 2nd PC and it's on there too on all our AOL accounts what the **** I contacted Norton they say it's in your apps been with AOL since 2000 this is the worst all my emails are infected all five accounts well thanks AOL guess I'm going to find another mail unless you can fix it. why am i getting ImgSync from image8.pubmatic.com. I try https://help.aol.com/articles/clear-cookies-cache-history-and-footprints-in-your-browser did nothing any other ideas need help please
Hacker has blocked my Aol Mail, from Internet Explorer, blocked my Microsoft Edge from Log In.
i recently began getting emails indicated that they had been read (no longer bolded font) when i have not read them. i changed my password just in case, but it's still happening. Some of them are from when i OK an email from Spam, but without opening it.
I am constantly getting fake emails from people copying my contacts which tells me you are allowing the access
Someone or something (a bot) is adding filters to my settings that redirect incoming emails to other folders (where I don't see them). How is this happening?
Yes, I can and do delete the folders but only after realizing that they have been added,.
We have had AOL since the beginning of AOL, at which time our PC could only access AOL via telephone landline. AOL granted a free account to my wife (i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org). Subsequently, I (viz., email@example.com) used her "master" account to obtain another free account (viz., firstname.lastname@example.org). Today, after all the years of service, I received an Email verification notification code number and a requesting if this (viz., email@example.com) is me! It seems that the internet providers are revisiting accounts because of ID theft and, more importantly, Russian and others hacking.