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#1 moebee01


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Posted 05 April 2018 - 05:53 AM

How do I write a message that separates my words? I found that I can edit a message and put spaces between words.

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 06:26 AM

Welcome to BC...


Don't know what you are asking about in this topic, but the below is in response to your Introduction question.


If you have ever installed a program that reveals passwords hidden under asterisks, then follow the directions below.

If that doesn't remove the problem and you are experiencing other malware or adware symptoms then you should ask

this topic be moved to Am I Infected What Do I do Forum.


SOURCE: How do I uninstall Passware product? – Passware

How do I uninstall Passware product?

You can uninstall our software directly from the "Add or Remove Programs" list at Start->Settings->Control Panel, or follow the steps below:

  • Run the Passware Kit installation file (.msi) again.
  • Click the Remove button.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.


Edited by buddy215, 05 April 2018 - 06:36 AM.

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