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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    San Diego
    Heh AP are antipoints...

    What are these Antipoint things? Here's a lil read i searched up for ya real quick. Found it in a response from wolverine telling someone else what antipoints are. Heh, and they are right about the female thing.

    Antipoints are a way of recognition in AO. You acquire antipoints by posting good meaningful posts that help somebody. You can get both positive (green) antipoints, or negative (red) antipoints. If you recieve to many red antipoints your account may be removed.

    Why do I have a message saying I'm going to be banned?

    You have acquired to many negative antipoints and this is your warning. You still have a chance to redeem yourself though. Just stop posting meaningless one-liner messages like "I agree", or "Good post!" and stop asking how to hack stuff.


    AntiPoints Explained by allenb1963

    Q: Once I'm able to assign AntiPoints, how do I do it?

    A: Each post has an "Assign Positive or Negative AntiPoints to This Post" link located in the upper left corner of the post which opens an assignment box. AntiPoints of a positive nature should only be assigned to posts that are worthy in that they provide a correct answer to a question, provide useful and relavent information, or make a valid point that you STRONGLY agree with. Negative AntiPoints are used for posts that provide misleading information, request information that can be used for illegal purposes, are derogatory or insulting in nature, or make a point that you STRONGLY disagree with.

    As you rise through the ranks of AO and increase your number of AntiPoints, the impact of your assignments increases as well. As that influence grows, so should the sense of responsibility you use to assign those points. Forming alliances in order to enhance your position or defile someone else's AP status is a practice that is frowned upon and dealt with severely when discovered. You are strongly urged to avoid such behaviour.

    When you assign points, you will notice an area where you are allowed to put in comments. Please attempt to use this area in a constructive manner and refrain from name calling and profanity. There will be cases where you may receive comments of this nature, but please remember that the bad behaviour of others does not excuse us from acting in a civilized manner.

    When death sleeps it dreams of you...

  2. #22
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Hello again, sorry to drag thris thread on but I have one more question for Nihill:

    You posted some valuable information with respect to reporting this individual for his behavior:

    think it is self explanatory.......remember to fill out the form 4017(US Secret Service) as well as the FBI one
    But do you know if these are appropriate being as I am in Canada, and apparently, so is he?

    I found out his ISP, but I am hesitant to push forward, for fear of retribution, as I know nothing of computer protection or security (I will after awhile longer on this site though)

    Muerto0 - very helpful response, first time I assigned AP, thanks for the detail

    Over and Out

  3. #23
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    [gloworange]Ummm i dont think theres anything you cant do... FBI and USSS are US only i believe im sure you can find something of that equivilant in Canada as your like our Step-brother/sister... so id say they prolly have it there... id check if i were you and report that guys bum arse[/gloworange]

  4. #24
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Hey guys,

    I too have the same issue as the poster above. Long story short, I got on yahoo messenger for the first time in a long while and got a message saying I violated the terms of service, something to that effect anyway. So like a fool, I clicked it, and now cannot sign on to my email with that account as it says the password has been changed. I went to the pest control site as suggested, but I must be honest...I'm a bit of a novice when it comes to computers. Can someone give me step by step instructions on how to get my yahoo password back? I'd be very grateful. Thanks for reading and for any assistance you can provide.

  5. #25
    Senior Member nihil's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2003
    United Kingdom: Bridlington

    I am not familiar with Yahoo as such, but most of these services have a "forgotten password" procedure. You generally have to answer some "secret" question that you set up when you created the account.

    Go into that and it will tell you what your password is. Change it immediately

  6. #26
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    taudette - In Canada, you complain to the 'ISP' with as much detail as possible. You can also complain to the messenger provider; again with as much detail as possible. Dates, Times are required. If it's a Telus account, they do take it seriously and will warn the client first, then disconnect them if it continues. To protect yourself from further harassment, you might consider changing you're messenger name.

  7. #27
    Hmm i did a google search for this little program.
    find it HERE
    Anyhow sounds like a little skiddiot tool as the coding is very very messy. and AV picks it up as soon as you download the file.

    here's a little right up about it and what they are claiming there fixed. i did try this program with a friend and we found that the program would get detected by the AV, and also you do not recieve the psswrd's etc but they get sent to the skiddy's that made the program.
    As we followed the instructions on how to view these Stolen psswrd's, and it kept giving errors.

    And the fact that it was easy to break the host and installer file should say alot for there programing skillz..
    Magic-PS series

    MPS is a Powerfull Password Sender for
    Yahoo! Messenger

    MPS sends victim id & pass to your id

    Work without any smtp and script

    Tested on Win98-Me-2000-XP-NT

    Magic-PS v1.43
    1.Added change sender Icon from (jpg or software) to (None icon) after install.
    2.Fixed for all languages of yahoo messenger (Chines - Arabic - italic and more....)
    3.Fixed if Victim uses <Space> char in password , MPS can send it.
    EX : user=john<Space>21 Pass=<Space><Space><Space>
    4.Fixed If victim uses Html codes in password MPS can send it.
    EX : if password is : 1234<br> then MPS send it to your id
    with this method : PASS=1234[<]BR[>] ok?
    MPS can filter < or > in the password... < change to [<] and > change to [>]
    5.Fixed If victim uses Alt+code in password you can read it easy just copy and paste
    password to Notepad or save message by yahoo messenger...... or Copy and Paste loged pass
    to login page of yahoo messenger.....
    if you want to see this password you must Copy and Paste this password to Notpad and save it
    to text file and open this file in a MS-Dos Text viewer for viewing Actual password.
    6.If Victim uses Smileys in password you can read it. just goto yahoo messenger
    preferences/Messages/Misc and disable Emoticons.
    7.You must Copy and Paste logs in to Notepad and save it or you must Save message
    with logs by yahoo messenger and then change <Space> with Space char and change [<] with <and change [>] with > then use it.

    Ex: Password is : 123 90<BR> with MPS filter change to : 123<Space><Space>90[<]BR[>]
    Ex: Password is : <Space><Space> with MPS filter change to : [<]Space[>][<]Space[>]
    Ex: Password is : [<]Space[>] with MPS filter change to : [[<]]Space[[>]]
    Ex: Password is : [[[[[[<]</Html> with MPS filter change to : [[[[[[[<]][<]/Html[>]
    Ex: Password is : 1234 Alt+255 a with MPS filter change to : 1234 a
    you can not see this character--> ^
    because victim uses Alt+Code in the password.
    you must copy and paste this code to yahoo messenger login page.
    if you want to see this password you must Copy and Paste this password
    to Notpade and save it to text file and open this file in a MS-Dos
    Text viewer for viewing Actual password.

    -== very important : Copy and Paste loged user and pass then use it ==-


    dropped files:
    c:\WINDOWS\spoolsvr.exe size: 12.012 bytes
    c:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\FlashPlayer32.exe size: 12.012 bytes

    registry added:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\{143A6800-3I18-11C0-821H-4M4GICH20010S} "StubPath"
    data: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\FlashPlayer32.exe

  8. #28
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Hey guys,

    As an update, I called yahoo several times and got through to a couple of live people. I was given an email address for the password authentication issues which I sent to and pleaded my case. I was asked for my personal info and was asked the personal question that I provided for the account, which I KNOW the answer for, but for whatever reason, it came back as an invalid answer. This is so frustrating. I've lost a ton of sleep over this. I've searched the internet far and wide, and it seems like I'm just flat out screwed. It seems like whoever got my password also changed my personal information as well. Is there ANYTHING else I can do? I'm at my wits end here.

  9. #29
    This is so frustrating. I've lost a ton of sleep over this.
    That's so funny as i couldn't see myself loosing any sleep over a simple yahoo issue.
    Reality check try going outside into the real world and stop living in your cyber fantasy world.

    Is there ANYTHING else I can do?
    Yes just register a new account. Get over it as it's only a yahoo user name not much to cry about really..

  10. #30
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    I get outside a lot actually. I'm just sick and tired of these little teenage punks with nothing better to do than spread viruses around. If I never get the email account back, it's not the end of the world....it's simply the principle of the matter. I don't want some bot spamming the entire world and shilling some sexual enhancement products using MY email account in the process. If I have my way, I'll just get the account suspended when I contact yahoo tomorrow because apparently, there is nothing I can do. Oh well, what can you expect with a free service? Certainly not good customer service. Thanks for the replies anyways.

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