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A person asked me to be a "Friend" about 2-3 days ago and he

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A person asked me to be a "Friend" about 2-3 days ago and he has many mutual friends with me on Facebook. I accepted and he just sent an email this evening that he had been hacked. What do I do now because I think my account has been compromised too? Please advise as to how to address this ASAP. Thanks.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  Josh replied 1 year ago.

Hi,

If you are not seeing any signs of being hacked then you can change your password ***** a precaution but there is no reason to do anymore. My friends/coworkers have been hacked numerous times but it does not mean that I have been hacked because of it.

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