So, that was fun. I turned on my iPad this morning to see a notification message saying something to the effect of: an app was available on my computer but not on my iPad, and asked if I'd like to turn on cloud services to automatically sync things up. The first thing I did was say "uh-ohs." very quietly to myself, and then I selected to option that said "no." Then I checked my email and saw a message from iTunes saying that a purchase was made using my account on a device not previously associated with my name. Then I saw two PayPal receipts from iTunes, each in the forty-dollar range. So I changed my password with iTunes, wrote a description of the situation to iTune's customer support (though it says it could take up to 48 hours to receive a response), and also filed a claim against the charges on PayPal. I do not know how this could have happened at this time. I'm pretty mindful and aware of any phishing attempts through email and similar, and I don't personally know anyone who could have or would have taken my account information and run with it. Does anyone know of any extra steps that I might want to take? I considered dissociating my PayPal account from my iTunes, but I don't know if that would do anything productive, and it would be pretty inconvenient for me. Right now, I'm just resting with the fact that I've done what I can, and that this should be resolved within the next few days (money refunded, no more unauthorized usage of my account). I was also wondering if there was a way to see what all was purchased and downloaded through my account. I just know that one app was downloaded (the app that caused iTunes to send me the initial email), but it was just a free game, probably to ensure that my account information would work. I have no idea what was purchased to accrue the two $40+ receipts. Thanks for any help! I thought that if anyone would have any extra tips or information to give, this would be the place to find it.