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Security Breach?

I only have AIM on my desktop currently but get the following sys mssg: "You are now signed into AOL(R) Instant Messenger (TM) in 2 locations. To sign off the other location(s), reply to this message with the number 1. Click here for more information." Is my a/c compromised? Please advise

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Did you send the message '1'?  You can always change your password.

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