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Joop

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User hacked
« on: 2011.11.18, 04:34:54 »
Found this;

buy viagra no prescription online (0) by sergemnemonicc - 2011.11.17, 23:53:36
DBExpert (1) by sergemnemonicc - 2011.11.17, 23:53:18
buy viagra online uk forum (0) by sergemnemonicc - 2011.11.17, 22:28:10
Firefox-8.0b6.en-US.os2 (4) by ivan - 2011.11.14, 00:52:56
USB install ? (3) by RobertM - 2011.11.09, 02:08:32
RPM packager (148) by DougB - 2011.11.07, 05:40:30
DBExpert (1) by microdrome - 2011.11.06, 19:04:30

Looks like "microdrome" is hacked and comes back as a viagra supplier with probably DBExpert as a none (collecting names?) message. Could you look into the matter and remove the viagra, we don't need that, its better suited for Windows.

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Re: User hacked
« Reply #1 on: 2011.11.18, 06:01:07 »
Hi Joop.

sergemnemonicc is a spam bot. It had been banned and removed all posts.

I think you mistaken "sergemnemonicc" with "Microdome" on your message. Microdome (Peter) looks like a normal account and seems not hacked.

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Re: User hacked
« Reply #2 on: 2011.11.19, 15:17:20 »
Hi Joop.

sergemnemonicc is a spam bot. It had been banned and removed all posts.

I think you mistaken "sergemnemonicc" with "Microdome" on your message. Microdome (Peter) looks like a normal account and seems not hacked.

Martin
I understand that, but because of the message DBExpert I think that he might be hacked or whatever you call that. Its just a thought and it could be a coincidence. May be you could ask this user if he has experienced strange things during his mail or internet activity, just to be on the safe side. Its no fun if your password or something is stolen.

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Re: User hacked
« Reply #3 on: 2011.11.19, 20:34:51 »
Hi Joop.

sergemnemonicc is a spam bot. It had been banned and removed all posts.

I think you mistaken "sergemnemonicc" with "Microdome" on your message. Microdome (Peter) looks like a normal account and seems not hacked.

Martin
I understand that, but because of the message DBExpert I think that he might be hacked or whatever you call that. Its just a thought and it could be a coincidence. May be you could ask this user if he has experienced strange things during his mail or internet activity, just to be on the safe side. Its no fun if your password or something is stolen.

Entirely coincidence. On the admin side, we can see where the person is posting from, and all checks out. Microdrome has had the same IP and connection details for virtually the length of his account.

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Re: User hacked
« Reply #4 on: 2011.11.20, 19:27:57 »
Hi all ,

I see my name mentioned in this post and want to add that i am not hacked as far as i know.
My account still has the same name and i can still acces it.

That's all.

Peter