Recently, I received the following warning email from Google regarding my main email account, letting me know that they had prevented someone from signing into my account:
After checking the activity log for my account, I sent the following request for assistance:
Because of severe hacking problems on our family computer and my adult children's laptops here, I often find it faster and more convenient to check my emails on my Kindle. I have actually been keeping an eye on the activity logs for my account for some time, and I have been noticing a great deal of unauthorized accessing of my account by unknown persons using Amazon IP addresses. It appears hackers may be using other Kindles set up to somehow "mirror" mine so they can get into my emails without arousing Google's suspicion. In the case of the Phantom Hacker from Washington State, when they traveled from Washington to Colorado and then tried to access my account, their device automatically connected via T-Mobile instead and triggered the alarm.
This Phantom Hacker and others on the West Coast seem to often be illegally accessing my emails while I'm asleep, which the time difference makes much easier.
The most interesting aspects of the Phantom Hacker's attacks, however, are the timing of their trip from Washington to Colorado and the two particular places involved. More information on these must wait for now, but hopefully it will be able to be revealed in the near future.
I am seriously considering posting copies of some of the activity logs from this email account in order to document the amazing amount of illegal access going on. And of course, there is also the matter of just who is handing out all my current account passwords...