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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Change your passwords...
    Indeed. This was one of those "I must get around to it one day" projects. Now, sitting at home all day, for the first time in a long while I actually have no excuse.

    The compromised password that provoked this thread is not in current use anywhere. The others will be one by one, could take a while.

    I already changed my TD pasword. A hundred more to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    I already changed my TD pasword. A hundred more to go.

    Password hint: Don't use 'ButtflySuck$Ladyb0yC0ck'.
    There's already 27 members using that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    There's already 27 members using that.
    26... Changed mine this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    PM sent.
    Nothing appeared at my end. Would it usually take that long?

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    ^^

    Hope you didn't change it to 'Moho1sAgorl3ssTwat' cause that's my password.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Hope you didn't change it to 'Moho1sAgorl3ssTwat' cause that's my password.
    ...













    Gawdamnit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    5. I am an infrequent visitor to porn sites
    Goats? Gerbils?

    Animal stuff would be a tad embarrassing - although eels inside Japaneses ladies' vaginas are OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    eels inside Japaneses ladies' vaginas are OK.
    Eels? I have led a sheltered life, apparently.

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    Can one charge the person demanding the money a charge for being able to watch me wank? It would only seem fair.
    Incidentally, Mr scammer, there's no one who would give a tinkers fuck of watching me wanking.
    At my age, with the diseases I've got I'd pay to enjoy the evidence of my virility..

    Good luck to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    1. report the email to the appropriate authorities immediately...
    2. set up a new email account for your current contact list and inform all the old email has been discontinued...
    3. in the event the threat is real, grow a mustache, shave your head, wear dark sunglasses...and stay away from the gardener...

    Appropriate authorities, indeed....


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    Is this Luigi

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes View Post
    Is this Luigi
    nah, it’s just a new wanker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    5. I am an infrequent visitor to porn sites, nothing in the past month or more.
    eh? a whole month? Clearly we have different ideas of what infrequent means....


    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Password hint: Don't use 'ButtflySuck$Ladyb0yC0ck'.
    There's already 27 members using that.
    bugger

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    I'm surprised that such an email would bother you. It's obvious you dont post often on TD otherwise you would be use to all kinds of lies, abuse etc on the internet. Maybe if you feel the need to satisfy your "proclivities", may I suggest Cujos' Puppies thread where you will encounter quite a few delightful hairy critters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    aybe if you feel the need to satisfy your "proclivities", may I suggest Cujos' Puppies thread where you will encounter quite a few delightful hairy critters.
    And TeakDoor promises not to capture your webcam and film your 'me' time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    The message came from an Outlook.com address and was sent to my Hotmail account. So the appropriate authority here is Microsoft?
    Sorry mate but MS are hopeless in security matters, as I discovered when my system was hacked last year, hotmail accounts hijacked, passwords/phone/linked accounts changed, and quite a bit of money stolen. Their security team were most polite but useless, and even after months of communication after they verified me as the real account holder, the hacker's email address and phone number still pwn what were my main hotmail accounts.

    Now switched everything to gmail, hopefully but probably no safer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    what were my main hotmail accounts.
    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    last year,
    You still had hotmail accounts in 2019?



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    I went to the pwned website and read the details there. What strikes me is that passwords and usernames are being compromised through hacks of Yahoo, Gmail, etc., and yet the advice is to make a longer and more complicated password.

    The hack is not of your individual password, it's at your email provider and having the most random, long and difficult password won't help you if someone has access to the database where your information is stored. Instead, the best protection would be to change your password often, perhaps every 2 weeks or every month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    The hack is not of your individual password
    Er... yes it is. In the case of Yahoo they dumped the entire username/password database, and Yahoo sent an email to everyone affected (it happened twice) telling you to reset your password.

    The best protection is to use two factor authentication, either via SMS or better still an authenticator app.

    And if you have a newish PC with Windows 10, use a PIN - it is tied to the device so a hacker can't get in unless he is literally sat in front of your computer.

    If you have a new laptop with fingerprint reader or IR camera then you can use biometrics instead.

    For email on your mobile, Just google "two step authentication Google Authenticator", it will handle Gmail and Hotmail.

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    Forget Nasty Email this is a Video Nasty!


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    I went to the pwned website and read the details there. What strikes me is that passwords and usernames are being compromised through hacks of Yahoo, Gmail, etc., and yet the advice is to make a longer and more complicated password.

    The hack is not of your individual password, it's at your email provider and having the most random, long and difficult password won't help you if someone has access to the database where your information is stored. Instead, the best protection would be to change your password often, perhaps every 2 weeks or every month.
    Yes, just like bank or company frauds, most www frauds/hacks involve insiders or access to supposedly secure data.

    Can't speak for private email servers but none of the public email accounts are safe, even though the retard aka KW finds it amusing that people still use them.

    Just google email password hacks, take your pick, give them the address, they will send you a screenshot of the inbox, you send them the money or btc and a few minutes later receive the password. This has become a public service, and with little attempt by the main providers to close it down or beef up security seeing as they know those in the dark web are never more than a single step behind whatever they can throw at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Er... yes it is. In the case of Yahoo they dumped the entire username/password database, and Yahoo sent an email to everyone affected (it happened twice) telling you to reset your password.

    The best protection is to use two factor authentication, either via SMS or better still an authenticator app.

    And if you have a newish PC with Windows 10, use a PIN - it is tied to the device so a hacker can't get in unless he is literally sat in front of your computer.

    If you have a new laptop with fingerprint reader or IR camera then you can use biometrics instead.

    For email on your mobile, Just google "two step authentication Google Authenticator", it will handle Gmail and Hotmail.
    All of those and more are deterrents to make it more difficult for someone to get into your private areas. Problem here is it's left to users that don't wish to be inconvenienced by 2FA, OTP or sms several times a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Just google email password hacks, take your pick, give them the address, they will send you a screenshot of the inbox, you send them the money or btc and a few minutes later receive the password. This has become a public service, and with little attempt by the main providers to close it down or beef up security
    Do you have a link to that? Or are you on the dark web, cus I couldn't see any sites offering that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    The password quoted (redacted here) is/was one of my passwords, together with the Hotmail address which received the message. I used it for 2 sites: AirAsia and Facebook.
    You've obviously opened a dodgy link possibly one looking like Hotmail.com or similar as they use outlook.com now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    The password quoted (redacted here) is/was one of my passwords, together with the Hotmail address which received the message. I used it for 2 sites: AirAsia and Facebook.
    and therein lies the culprit, - itís Airasia - they hate wankers on their flights.

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