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    stolen e-mail

    hi there

    I don't know if this is the right place for this thread plz don't get mad.


    My e-mail was stolen yesterday

    and the secret question and password are different

    is there any way to get it back??

    maybe by putting the sign up information to get the password?

    please help me

    and beleive me am not trying to take any others e-mail

    it's mine and I want it back isn't that fair enough ?

    pleeeeeeeeeease help me

    my stolen e-mail is

    shining_garnet@hotmail.com

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    is there any way to get it back??
    Contact abuse@hotmail.com.

    it's mine and I want it back isn't that fair enough ?
    How do we know it's yours? Just because you told us?
    Last edited by SirDice; December 28th, 2006 at 03:17 PM.
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    I don't know how can I proove that but I know my secret question and answer before they changed it

    tell me how can I prove it and I will >_<

    thanks for the e-mail address


    but can I get it back that way?

    or should I hack to get it back

    the one who stole it is a guy from my brothers contacts.

    he asked my brother if he blocked him and my brother answerd yes (stupid brother)

    and he said okay you'll see what i can do and then he stole his e-mail and mine as well

    how did he steal mine when I never contacted him??

    and how can I prevent hacking my e-mail

    I'm so desprate -_-
    Last edited by Miwako; December 28th, 2006 at 03:44 PM.

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    You'll need to prove it to them, so email abuse as he suggested and tell them all the info you have, and see if they'll help. That's the only recourse here I'm afraid. There's nothing any of us can do to help at this end

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    okay thanks

    I'll do anything to get it back

    I have hope ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miwako
    {....} then he stole his e-mail and mine as well

    how did he steal mine when I never contacted him??
    He stole your brother's first and found yours via your brother's contact list?

    and how can I prevent hacking my e-mail
    Don't use easy to guess passwords and answers to the "secret" questions..
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    You should always give the "wrong answers" that way people cannot socially engineer their way into your account
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    Right, that's how I got this job.

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    I don't know how can I proove that but I know my secret question and answer before they changed it
    I've been through this situation before, they will ask you for any folders you may have created in your account, if none they will ask something unique your hotmail account has that will prove it's yours.

    You should always give the "wrong answers" that way people cannot socially engineer their way into your account
    I forget the RIGHT answer, how am I suppose to remember a wrong one?
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