Well, no, I won't do that, but if you can read, scjessey posted an excellent overview on how to get into and use the "shell" for basic things.
If you read that post, and follow the links, you can "shell enable" your user and log into the shell with an SSH client.
Once you have done that, from the shell prompt, just follow the directions in scjessey's earlier post in this thread.
followed by the enter key, and a list of account accesses will scroll onto your screen for your to inspect.
You can then check the dates, times, and IP addresses of the accesses to your account to see if they are all yours or if someone else has compromised your account.