John, just in case, I would make sure your antivirus is out of date and maybe run a scan with the free <a href="">maawyrebltes</a> application.  IMO the biggest thing you can do to increase your all-around security on the web is to browse with Firefox using the NoScript plugin -- one of the top 3 most downloaded plugins last time I checked.  It's a bit of  pain, because you have to "whitelist" domains, and at first you will have some head-scratching moments trying to figure out why various sites aren't responding.  But the 80/20 law applies... within a few days you will have whitelisted most of the domains you use on a regular basis.
 It doesn't sound like you were hacked. They are just maikng the emails look like they are coming from your account... not much you can do about this other than to let followers know that the spam is not really from you. Eventually this happens to everyone. Are the messages in your sent mail? If so they got in. If not, then it's unlikely you were hacked.The acid test is for a spam recipient to look at the original email and see where it originated from. In gmail that option is "show original" - not sure what that is in yahoo. Probably the real originating address is not yahoo... or not your yahoo account anyway. [url=]ifsiwxvq[/url] [link=]xudgpg[/link]

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