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#1 bobg1400


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Posted 04 December 2012 - 07:44 PM

Hi Guys,

I'm new to the forums here, but I have been using Bleeping computers as reference for a while now. Currently, I have a friend who has been "hacked". He has had person try to buy things using his Ebay account and we found emails forwarding to this person in his trash box.

I have a small background in I.T and know many basic tricks about dealing with this. I have currently found out a lot of information on this person, and I have also found a shipping address in another country along with two I.P addresses (Tracked from Email). I was wondering what to do about this. Any ideas? I have more information if you guys want it!


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