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basically, my msn was hacked twice today. both times i got kicked off and i got an msn message saying it had to sign out because i had just signed in somewhere else.
well the 2nd time i got kicked, i used my 2nd msn account to sign in, and i saw that my first msn account was still signed in. so i clicked it, and said "hi, who are you" and they replied "hi, it's me" (smartass)
i only have a few people on my contact list, none of them would do this, i've sinse changed my password, and ran a virus scan (nothing but tracking cookies) i scanned with AVG (free anti-virus is all i can afford )
i haven't had any problems sinse i changed my password...

my question is, am i safe now from hostile takeover if not, what should i do, is there a site or program i can dl to see if i'm still infected? (if i was infected w/ something in the first place)

i got a trojan last week that AVG said it couldn't access, but all my scans sinse then have turned up clean.

any help would be appreciated
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