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my internet connection was hacked?


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#1 monireal

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Posted 22 February 2005 - 05:40 PM

I have the msn messenger installed in my computer at home. I used to have it installed at work too but I unistalled it a couple of months ago from my work computer. Today, in the middle of the day, my friend (who still has the msn messenger installed in her computer at work) told me: "hey you just signed in in the messenger" I was surprissed since I wasn't home and no on else was home at that time of the day. I called my roommate to see if he, by any chance, was home and happened to sign up in my computer which has a wireless internet connection and a password to log in. He said he was at work and had been there all day. How did I get signed in in the messenger if the only computer where I have it installed, in automatically sign in, is my computer at home. Is my internet connection being hacked. Please help

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 24 February 2005 - 12:06 AM

Unless someone signed on with your username and password, I am not really sure. To be safe you may want to change the password




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