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I hope you really do mean YOUR email. I would like to say that "cracking" / "hacking" someone else's email without their consent is highly illegal. This being said if you would like to crack YOUR own email then check out this site:
You must know that email's such as Hotmail, Gmail, Facebook, and Yahoo all have security in place to prevent such things from happening. If you do crack it and you are at another location (using IP address) the system will ask you to answer security questions. If you fail then it will lock you out and it will be reported. If it is your friends email for example, then they will be alerted and they will end up changing their password again, thereby, making it more secure. Hope this helps. Give me a feedback if it does not. Good luck. - Joe.
Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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