My wife's gmail account sent out spam to all her contacts the other day. We thought her account was hacked, so we changed her password using her computer and hoped we were ok. Later, she plugged her phone into the USB port on her laptop. As soon as she did, the antivirus on her computer alerted her and quarantined a virus (unfortunately she didn't catch the name of the virus that came up.) A little while later she updated her password on her Droid, and as soon as she did her gmail sent out another round of spam. I've seen a lot of other posts with regards to gmail accounts being hacked, but it seems that in most cases it isn't the phone and changing the password fixes it. This problem seems different. Has anyone else experienced this problem lately?