A new form of spam is causing some computer experts to scratch their heads.
Messages you didn’t send but appear to come from your Gmail account may wind up in your sent messages folder.
The trick lets the spammers bypass Gmail’s spam filters, according to Gizmodo.com.
This doesn’t mean your account has been compromised, in fact, the problem continues for some users who have changed their password, or use two-factor authentication, according to Cnet.com.
News Center 7 consumer reporter Rachel Murray will be talking to a local tech expert to find out more about how this is happening and what you can do to protect your Gmail account.