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06-18-2012 08:42 AM
I have been recieving emails from Postmaster - undeliverable email, daily. It states an email generated from me (which I have not sent) from a work at home opportunity is being sent to everyone in my address book. Says its undeliverable to the addresses. I am getting messages from people to stop sending it to them. Thoughts on how to correct this???
06-22-2012 10:02 AM
This happened to me too last night. Seems like a Verizon webmail problem since I doubt both you and I were affected at the same time haphazardly. Just to be safe, I would change my password and run a virus scan. I did both last night and the scans found nothing. I also sent another email to my contact listing letting them know that I did NOT send the fictitious email. Similar problems arose last January according to the message boards.
06-22-2012 11:13 AM
Here are some suggestions regarding the password. Be very careful when choosing passwords.
You already knew that a longer password is more secure, but how much more? BusinessWeek says a 6 character password (just letters) can be cracked in just 10 minutes while a 9 character password complete with letters, uppercase, numbers and symbols will take 44,530 years to crack. Take a look at the image to see other comparisons, the first column describes your password, the other columns show you how long the hackers need to hack your password. [BusinessWeek via Neatorama]
Food for thought.