Has my computer been hacked?

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I knew my friend's (completely unrelated with my web accounts) e-mail address and password. One day, I logged in, and saw an e-mail, in which there were lots of photos that I have watched or seen in my computer! Those photos included my and my friends' Facebook photos, Google photos, every single thing  that I have seen on internet. How did this happen?

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He could’ve just copied them from your computer, and downloaded from FB and such (since the pictures aren’t hidden with a 5 second use of Inspecter).

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  • Subhendu Sen
    You can track this email id (while you mentioned photos from an email) or click full details/ show headers whatever is there after logging your email and you can see the full address of this email id, if not the sender sent this email as "undisclosed recipient". Still now, if your pc is not in danger/ no loss immediately block this email id and ask/ search any of your friend/ relatives might sent this email as a joke (hopefully not).
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