Okay, it now appears the hacking of evledtr took place on an email account I rarely use anymore (firstname.lastname@example.org) not my current email@example.com account. So apparently I changed the wrong account's password, but now I've changed the other one as well.
Hackers! When they attack my account I have freaking nightmare to endure in order to change my password. It involves a CALL to AT&T, then three tech support transfers, and twenty minutes later me cursing the day Ma Bell acquired Yahoo.
An hour after I successfully get it changed, all my accounts log me out, then I get to pick a password that is never secure enough. Three months later, rinse and repeat.
I hope your hacker gets an itchy disease and scratches him/herself to death.
I hate passwords.
After the Heartbleed fiasco I've just changed all my passwords that are for what I thought were secure sites but turned out not to be, and all my passwords that have ever been used on insecure sites. I think.
The list is huge. Did I say I hate passwords?
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