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#1 lucasbuck


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Posted 16 September 2010 - 07:44 PM

I have a graphic design laptop from my job (it had been used by another employee beforehand), and trying to figure out what may have happened. To note, I'm using a wireless router at home, but have WEP setup on it. I got a warning from my internet provider, and they temporarily locked my account. When I contacted them they had received a letter that I had uploaded a file through EMULE that was copyrighted. The computer does have EMULE on it, but never used to download anything copyrighted. They gave me the name of the file (which when I searched online for what it was, was some game for Wii and Nintendo DS). I searched the entire computer and couldn't find the file.
Could it have been a glitch? It's making me paranoid.

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