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Windows Live Messenger 8

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#1 Dreads


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Posted 17 October 2006 - 10:43 PM

Today I was surfing the web and decided to get on Windows Live Messenger, so I double click the icon and put in my account information and recieve an error (that something may be wrong with the network or my internet connection). So I begin to troubleshoot this error and came up with no possible way it could be on my side, then ventured and figured there was no way it was on Windows side...then while trying to connect I noticed my password had too many characters in it, so I did the 'I forgot my password' thing and wasn't able to do that...at this point I knew something was wrong, so I double checked to insure that indeed my password had too many characters (which proved correct) I then disconnected myself from the network and began trying to disinfect this problem. I was running Ad-Aware SE Personal and Norton came up with Trojan Zlob, having previous experience with this problem I was able to remove it using RogueFix and Norton combined...However to get too the bottom of this topic, I was wondering if anyone has heard of a Hack that is able too penetrate Windows Live Messenger?

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