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You have to give all information about your problem and about your identity: * Your e-mail (the "Windows Live ID"). * Your first name and full name. * Your date of birth (month / day / year). * Your country. * The state, province or department in which you reside. * Your zip code. * The IP address of each computer used to access your account, or the most commonly used. To find your IP address, visit :http://www.monip.org/ * The answer to your secret question (if you don't remember it, notify it). * Emergency address email registered for this account (if no emergency address, notify it). * Your Internet service provider (at work or at home). * The date and approximate time of your last login. * The information below: o For Windows Live Hotmail user : ? Examples of files names which you created in addition to those existing by defect ? Examples of contacts contained in your address book. ? Examples of old email titles contained in your inbox folders or messages. o For Windows Live Messenger user : ? Examples of contacts contained in your contact list. ? The nickname under which you appear on Windows Live Messenger. VERY IMPORTANT ! Write your request in a clear and understandable English, avoiding the SMS language, spelling and abbreviations !
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Have you Tried this Link .And Follow Instructions Then you will retrieve your Password.
I strongly Recommend you that Please Avoid Sensitive Information in your Yahoo Profile such as Tel num,Zip code etc.
Hacking is very easy in chatrooms, especially in Yahoo! chatrooms and MSN chatrooms. Plus, your Yahoo! account can also be easily hacked from talking to strangers via Yahoo! messenger. Your IP address can also be obtained from these channels.
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your browser has been hacked by the hacker. so please be carefull using any valuable information on internet. contact good local technician to remove the virus problem and change youer e-mail password and messanger password// call your internet service provider to get ur password changed//
I am not sure who you are addressing: " Why would you do that?", but after reading your question and what has happened to you, My first thoughts are that the security of your email account has been compromised. Someone has gotten your password and taken it over . It is a form of identity theft, and you should immediately change all passwords of any other accounts that they might have access to.
Only Yahoo can help you. If you can't follow their instructions all you can do is to set up a new account and send everybody a message that the old account is compromised and it should be blocked from now on. This has happened because your password has been a weak one (you haven't been hacked - they guessed it easily), don't repeat that mistake. And posting your personal data here on in any other public place is the most dumb thing possible. DON'T DO IT AGAIN ! You could lose a lot more than an email account, starting with your money and your house.
Thats happens for exactly two reasons 1. (the most common) when u are Online on Yahoo Messenger and you are checking your email in a browser. 2. Someone else uses your id and password to log on to your account.
If that happens try to change your YM password, and be very carefull where u are using the account. Never check the box "Remember my id and password ", do not log on on unsecure/unknown PC. ( some hacking software may be installed on unknown/unsecure PC like keylogger who hunts for any accounts logged on the victim PC)
Difficult Proposition.. once an account has been hacked the accounts are difficult to retrieve.. You can try to contact MSN.com directly and maybe they can restore your account I have been trying unsuccessfully to recover a Yahoo account that got hacked.. the hacker changed all my information so that I was unable to answer the security questions.. The other option is to open a NEW MSN account but I am sure you will be unable to use your old user name. Or you can REQUEST MSN delete all the account info IF you can prove that you ever OWNED the account.. I habitually forward at least one email from all my accounts to each other just in case I haver this problem again.. SORRY if I was of no help