Hi all,Recently I have received separately three copies of a message suggesting a "Get Rich Quick" approach. On each occasion, the sender was unaware that it had been sent to me from their address.
Am I correct in thinking that their emails are almost certainly hacked? Is there a web site which can give information as to whether your email has been hacked and what, now, should they do?
Does it follow that my email is hacked? I haven't received any reports from anyone that they have received such emails from myself.
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