If you suspect your Microsoft / Hotmail account has been hacked but you still have access to the account, do the following (and quick!):
1. If Your Outlook / Microsoft / Hotmail Account Was Hacked, There’s A Good Chance Your Personal Information Was Leaked Through Your Emails…
Start by checking if you have personal, sensitive information exposed in your emails – because most hacks start with an email.
Do it using this free tool to find and help you remove exposed passwords, credit cards, bank and social security numbers in your email account, and keeping you safe.
The tool will keep you safe by removing any and all private data putting you at risk for credit card and identity theft. So if hackers hack your inbox, they won’t find what they’re looking for, and you’ll be protected.
You can also notify friends who sent or received the risky email, and ask them to delete the thread. Once you’ve managed your email, you can now deal with your account.
Change Your Password
Go to http://hotmailaccount.unblog.fr/ and sign in.
change your password.
Choose a complex password with a combination of at least 8 lowercase letters, uppercase letters, and numbers.
If possible, add special characters like a hash or exclamation point.
It’s best not to pick words that appear in the dictionary. Note that you will be required first to fill in a CAPTCHA.
Check Your Security Info
Check the account recovery email and phone number on the Security settings page,
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