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hwess

08-08-2011 17:18:11




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Hey Tom whats with the wierd emails I got from you?




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Tommy Railsback

08-09-2011 09:08:34




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to hwess, 08-08-2011 17:18:11  
I got it too.



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DCTOM

08-09-2011 05:36:59




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to hwess, 08-08-2011 17:18:11  
hi herb, i guess i was scamed or something, good to hear you all know it wasnt me that sent that, i have gotten stuff like that from others hope it goes away as i dont know how to fix it tom



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rgorange

08-09-2011 15:57:37




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to DCTOM, 08-09-2011 05:36:59  
DCTom (and whoever else it may concern),
If you have a YAHOO account they recommend that you change your password to solve this problem. Copy the link below and paste it into your browser bar to read about it.
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I have not tried this as I have not had the problem. My guess is that the pirates gain access to your computer and then guess the password. If that is the case, then changing your password would solve the problem for any email account.
It would also help to have a firewall (helps keep intruders out). A firewall is part of Norton (Symantec) antivirus... as well as others. If you don't have an antivirus program then you should turn on the Windows Firewall. Procedure may vary by Windows Operating System, but is probably found under Control Panel.
If you have an antivirus program that includes a firewall, then the windows firewall is typically turned off so that the 2 don't compete. Who would have thought 20 years ago that we would have such problems?

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John Harmon

08-08-2011 21:56:56




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to hwess, 08-08-2011 17:18:11  
DCTOM may have had his e-mail and address book pirated. Same thing happened to me by a Canadien Pharmacy Co. Usually deleted them ,took about 3 months for them to go away.



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rgorange

08-08-2011 17:35:41




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to hwess, 08-08-2011 17:18:11  
Don't be too hasty to attribute the emails to DCTOM (or anyone else for that matter). It is likely that some rogue program got into his computer and sends out periodic emails to people in his address book. I get emails from a friend of mine at work advertizing viagra, etc. My friend is not sending them... but rather, the rogue program is sending them on his behalf. It is a good scheme in that it makes it much more likely that you will open it, since it is from someone you know. Pretty disgusting actually... so just delete them if the subject is suspicious.

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Case Nutty 1660

08-08-2011 18:23:07




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to rgorange, 08-08-2011 17:35:41  
you are so right that is what I was just told to hope he knows he may have been compramised cnt



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Case Nutty 1660

08-08-2011 17:23:58




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 Re: DC Tom in reply to hwess, 08-08-2011 17:18:11  
I got from him to cnt



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