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Someone has hacked my msn account and has changed my password so i cant access it but i want to get my msn back.

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YOU NEED TO CONTACT MSN ASAP.EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM I BELIEVE THEY CAN REACTIVATE YOUR ACCOUNT WITH A NEW PASSWORD.GOOD LUCK AND I HOPE THIS HELPS.RICHARDM69

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My mns messanger is temperly blocked and i cant get into it


your account might need to be re activated ?

You may notice occasionally that your MSN or Hotmail/Windows Live account has been locked by Microsoft. Due to this, you are unable to login to your email account. You may not even access your Windows Live Messenger. This typically occurs when your account was compromised. Someone may have hacked into your account or stolen your password. Windows Live offers a systematic process to recover and unlock your account. You will need an alternate email address to perform this task.

Navigate to Windows LiveID Account Recovery help page. Read the instructions and click "Continue" twice. Type an alternative email address in the box under Contact Email Address. Click "Continue." Log in to your alternate email account. Open the email from "Windows Live." Click the link provided to you in the email. This will take you to the password recovery process. Type a new password and retype it to confirm. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the reset. Try to log in to your MSN account using any of the MSN products, including Hotmail and Windows Live Messenger. You will be able to access your MSN account.

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Dear sir some one change my girlfriend yahoo password. but he dont know what is her alternate email address, because he dont know about this,


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Passwords changed


I wouldn't swear to it but passwords don't change unless someone changes them. If your account has been deleted and account password changed, someone hacked your password and has put the shaft to you. You'll have to create a new account. For security's sake, use a different password, make it at least 8 characters long using a combination of upper and lower case letters, symbols and numbers. It could look something like this: R1kL3t&. Change it quarterly at least.
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Need hel!!!!


Contact MSN regarding old account. If your contacts have been saved to your pc you can add them to new account.

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Windows Live Messenger Hacking


you will have to contact msn for them to close the account.
Check out this link for them to help you:
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My 12 year old daughter's MSN hotmail account has somehow been hacked into. The person who is stating that they are my daughter has been using obscene language to her friends. Is there any way that we can...


Try to go to http://login.live.com/ and try the forgotten password option, and you'll have a new password in your mailbox, log in with that and change the password inside and she'll be able to log in to her account once again.

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Someone has hacked into my sons msn and sent abusive msgs to his friends he cant get back in to his site who do i call for asssistance?


Somehow for whatever reason you've forgotten the password, the answer to your secret question and never set up, or no longer have access to the alternate email address associated with the account. Or your account has been hacked and your password, secret answer and alternate email address have all been changed.
I cannot help you.
Contact your email service provider and tell them what it happening. They should have some way of identifying you, after which they should be able to reset your password. This is typically the approach for pay services - they may verify your identity with your credit card number or some other piece of information they collected at the time you signed up.
Unfortunately, this almost never works for free accounts. Why? Because these accounts are free, there's almost no customer support. You get what you pay for.
Let me be even clearer about that:
If:
You're using a free email service such as HotMail, Yahoo, and others
... and you forgot or lost your password
... and you forgot or lost the answer to your secret question
... and you did not set up an alternate email address, or you lost access to the alternate email address
... and customer service is not responding to you
You are out of luck.
I know of no way to recover your account. I cannot help you.
You absolutely can and should try contacting customer service for the email service you are using - they are the only ones who could help you. But my experience is that they rarely do.
Learn from your mistake.
If you lose access to your account and cannot recover it, you'll want to set up a new account. Learn from this.
Choose good passwords that you will remember. It's tough, given the number of accounts and passwords we all need to remember, but the fact is choosing a hard-to-guess password, and changing it regularly are important steps you can take to avoid someone stealing your account.
Don't share your password with anyone. A number of the account hacks I hear about are the result of trusting someone you shouldn't have.
Remember your secret answer. I'm kind of surprised I even have to say this, but when you create an account that asks you for a secret question and answer, don't treat it lightly. It doesn't have to be true ... just make sure it's something you'll remember in a year or two or ten when (not if) you have a problem.
Set up an alternate email address. This is where password reminders would get emailed to. And remember that if you lose access to your alternate email address, you need to change it in any accounts that reference it.
Don't use "remember me" when logging in. At least, don't use it unless you're positive it's safe. If someone else walks up to the computer (be it in an internet cafe, or in your bedroom or office) and "remember me" is selected ... they can now login as you without knowing your password. And then they can change your password and everything else, locking you out of your own account.
And, perhaps most important of all:
Don't use free email accounts for anything important.

Nov 13, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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My msn is not letting me on says my password doesnt exist but yit no one knows my password,And when a try to change it the secret question that i am supposed to have is the wrong one


If your secret question is not the one it should be, then you are either trying to get into the wrong account, or someone has guessed the answer to your secret question and changed it, so they now have access to your email account.

You cannot access now, period.
However, *S* This happened to a friend of mine once, and he opened a new email account and sent an email to his OLD account very politely asking for the password so he could get his email back.
Sure enough, he must have been a nice hacker, because he sent him the new password.
He then accessed his account again, and changed the password and the hint question ( to a better one)

The net can be a very surprising place. *s*
Good luck.

Oct 26, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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