I don't know where else to take this, but I figure you guys might be able to help me. I use a Google account, and from the looks of my Web History, it appears someone else is using it, or at least is logged in to it. I've changed my password many times since then, and the current one is ~42 characters long, and is filled with numbers, symbols, and uppercase and lowercase letters. However, my Web History is still showing stuff that I did not search for. Is there any way to stop this?
tell your brother to stop using your account
Dude, it would take a hacker 10^999 years to hack. And my brother doesn't even know where to start. :) Also, I'm sure he's very interested in the stock market, craigslist, and used cars near Buffalo, New York.
Are you logging out of Google? If you don't log out, and others use the same computer, it can appear that somebody is "logging into your account". In fact, they are using your account without knowing themselves.
No, no one is searching for these items on our computer. There is a possibility I forgot to sign out at the library (running Firefox portable).
reboot the entire computer, or at least run some virus scans. maybe someone hacked you with a keylogger
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Is it showing up on your google account history, or your computer history? If you seriously think
someone has hacked your account, get a new account, then delete everything from your old
account. If a malicious hacker gets his grimy hands on your friends's account names, and your
mail that's been sent to them, they can do some serious stuff. If you think you left your
account signed on, on a library computer, go to the library, and log out. Also, it would be good
to follow bxsciencer's advice. It would Not be good if a hacker hacked your account.