I want to see who is changing my passwords

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I want to see who is changing my passwords

Post by LOESKY45 » Sat Oct 26, 2019 6:53 pm

I want to see who is changing my passwords. Been fighting with all my accounts. Goggle, Yahoo, and apple plus Verizon. Please help me get these people. I want to put them in jail because my ex had someone to steal my sims card for his new mistress and Apple told me her name was Mary Hill

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Re: I want to see who is changing my passwords

Post by Chrispcritters » Mon Oct 28, 2019 3:02 pm

Unfortunately, it's unlikely that anyone will end up being charged, let alone, go to jail.

I suggest the following:

1) Make sure that your phone is clear of malware or spying apps -- you may need to reset the phone to factory original settings and then reinstall known good apps from known good sources.

2) Change ALL your passwords and enable two-factor authentication.

3) Call your wireless carrier and make sure that you have all account security features enabled.

4) If your ex had access to your home wireless router I suggest that you also restore it to factory original settings and change the WiFi name and password.
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Re: I want to see who is changing my passwords

Post by Chrispcritters » Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:18 am

You would need to hire a lawyer, file a lawsuit, and subpoena access records for the account to get IP addresses and exact dates/times, then you would need to subpoena the customer records for the ISP that the IO address was assign to — at the exact date/time your account was accessed.

Even if you can get those details, it may just lead you to a business that offers free WiFi to its customers.
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