Gmail hacked, returned and now...

March 3, 2012 at 18:42:18
Specs: Windows 7
I was wondering if you would mind helping me (I am very anxious for my problem)

Today on a computer (without any especial AntiVirus) which is in a public place for everyone I checked my Gmail account by IE and I received a bunch of strange emails. by opening of one of them I was diverted to another person's email and then when I tried to sign in with my username, gmail said you are trying to use your old password. you password has been changed for 33 days. So I was frustrated because even I did not know the security questions; I could not sign in for around 2-3 hours and after that when I tried my password (This time in my personal Computer with ESET Smart security) I could sin in; once I signed in, I changed my password and now I would like to know whether this email address is safe anymore or not? Can I still use this email address knowing I have changed my password? Also I would like to know whether there is a risk of getting a keylogger after being hacked? Is keylogger installed on the system or email? When I got hacked I was with a public computer, so this means that if any keyloggers have been installed, they have been installed in that public computer? Right?and Now that I'm using the email address in my personal computer there is no risk of having a keylogger? Am I right?

In general, also could you please let me know whether using this email is safe or nor?
Also, could you please confirm whether ESET Smart security is anti keylogger as well or not?
Thank you very much

I look forward to hearing from you.

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April 18, 2012 at 05:34:03
U can make your e-mail safe again by using google's Two step verification process which makes ur account very secure even in public places as it generates random numbers and sends SMS to ur regestered mobile no.
Now getting to antivirus ESET is one of the best available in market but if u want more security then it would be better to for BIT defender or Norton 360 .

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