I've never had a computer related security breach in the 13 years I've been online until today. I got a text message from a friend of mine who was amazed that I was playing WoW again after having canceled my account two years ago... Only I never reactivated it. Tried logging into my old WoW account only to find I can't. Check my Gmail, and there's a WoW password change confirmation email from 2 days ago in there that I hadn't noticed before. I figured they shouldn't have been able to do anything without access to my email, but the email had been read. Check the gmail access logs, and I have these two IPs in there: 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 Both trace to China. EVERYTHING is routed through that email account, so I've been changing every password I can think of in a flurry. Nothing seems to have been touched in my bank accounts, paypal, amazon, etc, so I'm hoping they were just after my WoW gold. I've got an account security ticket open with Blizzard, but while I've got the important ones done, I've got dozens and dozens of passwords to change still. No idea how it happened yet, I haven't touched WoW in 2 years so it couldn't have happened that way. I'll have to check every PC at home now for spyware/keyloggers. Alerted my parents and brother as well, they're rushing to do the same thing with their accounts.