How can you tell if you've been hacked? Here's how to determine that and how to fix it. – USA TODAY

Cybercrooks are busier than ever these days, sending us fake text messages “from ourselves,” impersonating the IRS and exploiting our humanity with fake Ukrainian war-relief charities. Cybersecurity firms around the world report an increase in fraud attempts, cyberattacks, identity theft and all kinds of flat-out dreadful hackery. 
These days everyone – and every internet-connected device – is a target. This time last year, I wrote about my mom losing $2,000 to a fake tech support hack. Heck, even my own passwords have been exposed – more than once – in major security breaches.