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Some One Hacked Your Mail1 844 780 6751
  • If you feel suspicious that your Yahoo Mail has been hacked, you can do some basic investigation to confirm your doubts. Yahoo Mail keeps a record of all your account’s recent activities, including your login information. If you see something wrong, you can drill down further and get the location and IP address, which you can use to find out who hacked your email account.
checking your account history
Checking Your Account History
  • 1- Go to Yahoo Mail. Go to the Yahoo Mail login page and sign in. Log in using your Yahoo ID, or username, and password in the two text boxes provided. Click Sign In to proceed to your mail account.

2 Access your Account Info. Click the gear button on the top right corner of your Yahoo Mail to bring down the Settings menu. Click the “Account Info” link from here. You will be brought to your Yahoo account data.


3 View the Recent Activity. Click the “Recent Activity” menu from the left panel. All the recent activities made by your Yahoo account will be displayed. Most items here will involve your login or session records, since Yahoo keeps track of these.


4 Review recent activities. Look at all the activities listed on the Recent Activity menu and see if there’s anything out of the ordinary. Check and verify if you are the one who made all these. Yahoo keeps a record of your sign-in history for the past 30 days.


5 Open a record. If you see something suspicious—for example a sign in from a device or a location you didn’t know of—click the record for the activity. A small window will appear displaying the sign-in history under the device for the location for the last 30 days.

6 Get the IP address. The IP address for every sign in is recorded with each entry. You can then use this to track your hacker, since IP addresses are unique. You may need to work with your local Internet service provider and/or law enforcement agency to track down the IP address’ exact location and your hacker.It is very unlikely that you will be able to track down the individual who hacked your account via the IP address. The chances are good that a person wasn’t even involved, and that your account was compromised by an automated hacking program. The best thing you can do is change your password to prevent future hacks.