on the ebay hacked thread, it has been noted that an email from ebay came out a couple of days ago telling you to change your password. If you clicked on the link in the e-mail, you need to go to your ebay account (Not through the e-mail link) and change your password, and have your computer checked for viruses, because that was not a real ebay e-mail.
I have not received an email for eBay but the notice shows on every page I visit. I wouldn't trust any email notice with links now. Better to check for malware BEFORE changing your passwords. Key loggers are plentiful in the PC world.
Change the password from the home page only never from a link.
I just received an email about changing my password.
Just changed my password yesterday. Not changing it again as per email.
I got an e-mail from ebay this morning, but it contained no link anywhere and simply warned me that I should go the ebay home page and change my password. The English was excellent and the e-mail contained my full name and my ebay username. I can't see how this one could be anything but legitimate.
Change your password on the e-bay & pay pal sites ONLY. The site itself has a flag that tells you to change on the home page.
The most important point is, if you clicked on a link on the e-mail, even if you did not change anything, you probably have problems, bogus e-mails is one way hackers manage to get you to download viruses.