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How did my GFs ex-husband hack my FACEBOOK?

Unread postby ac3ill » March 23rd, 2012, 6:50 pm

the only thing he knew was my work email at my old job.
it was <email address removed by Admin>
i am assuming he used server from my company to find me. how can i block this from happening?
Last edited by NonSuch on March 24th, 2012, 12:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Edited to remove email address.
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Re: How did my GFs ex-husband hack my FACEBOOK?

Unread postby NonSuch » March 24th, 2012, 1:04 am

This is the second topic you have started regarding the same computer. Do not start new topics; stay with your original topic and wait until you have received a response:

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Do not post a reply to your original topic until you have received a response from a helper. If you post a reply to your topic prior to receiving a response from a helper, that topic will be closed as our helpers are looking for topics with zero replies. Replying to your own topic prior to receiving a response from a helper would only result in your topic being overlooked as it would no longer have zero replies. Therefore, the topic would be closed and you would need to start a new topic.

Be patient. There are others who have been waiting longer than you, so do not expect an immediate reply. If your situation is emergent and you require immediate help, then we suggest you take your computer to a trusted local shop where they may be able to begin work on it much sooner than any of the volunteer-supported free sites such as this one.

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