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Go into your profile, there an option to delete/remove profile

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Old myspace login


The only way you MIGHT get your old account back is to use the original email address with which you set it up. MySpace may be able to send you the username and password from that information...but as I think of it, did MySpace actually use email addresses to set up? If they did I would think that your only hope.

Jul 15, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to hack a myspace account


MySpace is usually a goldmine for juicy information and cheating messages goin on in one’s life. I personally found my girlfriend had cheated on me by discovering a myspace message in her inbox (rather, she forgot to delete her trash) – she was arguing with a guy about how he contracted an STD.. I couldn’t believe it. I got tested and thankfully I was completely clean, but I learned a valuable lesson about trust. As you can see and probably understand, knowing the truth is very important. I have seen cheaters create secret myspaces in order to exchange messages with another person and have secret relationships and other’s that continually pursue ***. It’s no wonder many people want to know how to hack a myspace account..
I have been experienced with hacking and computers for over 11 years. If someone comes to me wanting to hack myspace or facebook, I tell them there are only 2 ways to accomplish this: Keyloggers and Phishing.
Keyloggers (Spy Software)
(skip further down to “Phishing” if you can’t afford to pay for something)
Keylogging is the best method to obtain a myspace password because not only can you capture the password, but you can get ALL of their passwords and software has the ability to store history and see every piece of information entered on the computer. For most, this is the ideal choice, as phishing (explained further below) will only be able to get you the password. Keylogging refers to the monitoring of key’s pressed on a keyboard, but spy software has many more features to help you spy. Some spy software does not even require you to have physical access to the person’s computer and can be installed over the internet – this is highly popular due to long distance relationships or other reasons.
I have tried over 20 difference spy software products and there are only a few that haven’t been pressured by “privacy groups” to prevent monitoring passwords.
If you have physical access to their computer, I recommend you check out AceSpy. It’s a spy software that takes 30 seconds to install, setup a password and secret hotkey (to bring up the interface) and then it will log all activity on the computer, including capturing the MySpace password. You only need a few minutes with the computer you want to monitor to download and install it, or you could install this on your own computer and capture the activities of anyone that uses it. This spy software has a ton of features from IM logging, keylogging, screenshots, and everything else you would expect from spy software, but it does it with more emphasis on MySpace monitoring and password capturing. It logs information silently without any alerts and captures just about everything you can think of.
If there’s no way you can physically access their computer, it can be a little trickier to pull off. Most privacy groups believe that if you don’t have physical access to the computer, you probably don’t own the computer which would make it illegal to monitor. The program i’ve found that works the best (and gets so close to this ethical line) is a service called SniperSpy gives you a module that you can send to your target that will allow you to spy on their computer’s every action. No physical access to the target’s computer is needed, it simply installs over the internet. You can view their computer screen LIVE from anywhere at anytime via SniperSpy’s website, which means you don’t need to install anything on your computer either. You will be able to view the history of chat conversations, web sites visited, and gain access to all the online accounts they log into. It even takes image screenshots of every internet webpage they look at, so that if they are permanently deleting their sent/received myspace messages (like almost all cheaters), you still read the messages by looking at the webpage screenshots, when normally you never could read these messages! This is the tool I used to catch my girlfriend and it worked absolutely great. Because of so many questions about it
Phishing (free, but more difficult and technical)
While illegal in most situations, the term Phishing refers to luring your target to a fake MySpace login page. Upon entering their login details, they get emailed to you or saved in a text file for you to view. This is essentially the most effective and stealthy way of hacking a myspace account because it can look entirely legitimate and attempts can be made repeatedly to different victims. While it is not 100% effective, this is how most accounts on MySpace are compromised and used for spamming. It’s mainly used for hacking a large amount of accounts and not for individual targets due to the success rate and legality.
There have been many different ways to show the fake login page to the victim such as changing a MySpace layout to look like a login page, invisible div overlays that covered an entire layout and when clicked went to a fake login page, and by email. You should not consider this method if you are unfamiliar with computers and the internet, period. Since phishing is illegal, there is no software or product for it commercially sold and you must do it yourself in most cases. If you are interested in doing it this way, ( To hide these instructions from the authorities you will see a RINGTONES offer page. Enter your cell phone number and you will receive a text message with the instructions and phisher page creator tool v3 after you have confirmed the code sent to your phone.).
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Don't remember email address to log in to myspace


Use your Facebook login, contact MySpace, or create another account.

Oct 15, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Myspace redirects to facebook


maybe your profiles was hacked. create a new profile. delete you old one.

May 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to unlock myspace on school computers


use proxy-browser to resolve thid problem..like uc-web

Oct 20, 2009 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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How do u unlock myspace.com


If you are trying to access myspace from school or some public location, chances are they have myspace blocked, if this is the case there is no way to view myspace from that location.
If you had an account and no longer can access it, myspace probably deleted or blocked your account and you will need to contact myspace.

Oct 07, 2009 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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One time it will let me go to my home pages and then another time it will take me to myspace . what do i do to change it . and i need to change my e-mail address to maggie@blomand.net and i can:t get...


for homepage.. at the top of internet explorer click tools/internet options...on the general tab your home page is listed. if you find other homepages besides the one you want to use highlight them and delete do that for any you don't want. at the bottom click apply. then clear your temp/cookies files (on the same page). that should get rid of the myspace homepage.

unfortunately...if greeneyed is the main identity you can not delete it.

you can delete outlook and reinstall it. then go into outlook and put your email address as the main identity. to do this...
go to control panel/add-remove programs/add-remove widows components/ uncheck all but outlook and click next.
do the same to reinstall

Sep 15, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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My computer will not let me login to myspace.


I've heard when that happens it means your account has been deleted, have you tried checking the url of your page to see if it's still in effect?


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someone may have hacked it and changed your password or deleted the space

Jul 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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How do i get myspace login to forget who i am?


delete the cookies in your internet browser either by clearing private data in IE7 or tools/clear private data in firefox. or you can download a free program called CCleaner which deletes not only cookies and hidden private data but temporary internet files and data logs

Jun 27, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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