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5) Scan your computer for malware

Assuming your email has been breached, it's safe to assume your computer might be infected with malware too. To eradicate this problem, use pre-installed software or a free alternative.

This should also pick up any keystroke software installed on your computer to discern any extra passwords you may use.

You should use a quality anti-virus system to help identify and protect against the problem.

To prevent future attacks, always keep your devices up to date and install the developer's updates as soon as possible.

Never open email attachments from unknown senders.

There is plenty of information on Get Safe Online to help protect your computer.