Originally posted by CookieRevised
Follow the links I posted before.
Also, it makes no sense that this guy is "asking" and "getting" a password reset link from microsoft because if he has access to the account, he can simply go and reset the password himself; there is no intervention from Microsoft with that. Password resetting is just one of the build in features of Hotmail/.NET accounts.
I also don't understand what that security key, 3 questions and code has to do with all this. A hotmail/.NET account is protected by a password and a secret question.
Also, never ever give your master card (or any credit card) data; that is really not smart todo. I also never heared of Microsoft asking for credit card info in order to reset a password.
Questions Microsoft Ask to send a password link ..
*The sign in name you are having difficulties with :
*date of birth in the form "month/date/year"
*Home location :
Address 1 :
Address 1 :
Address 2 :
*Secret Question :
*The approximate date of the last time I successfully signed in :
*The exact Microsoft Passport Network site I last
visited on your last successful sign in (Example: MSNHotmail, MSN Messenger, MSN Chat, MSN Games) :
*The approximate date you registered the account :
*The name of My current Internet Service Provider
(ISP) and any past ISPs you have used : ADSL
*The name of the organization that you
access the Internet from, if i access the Internetfrom outside my home :
*The IP address for each computer that you use for the account:
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . :
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . :
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :
*As many "old" outdated passwords i used in the past as you
*My home phone:
*My work phone:
*My mobile phone:
*Contacts Contact List
*answers to security Code respectively:
First of all , the hacker does not have my master card information Second of all you can do a search in google and you will see for yourself that microsoft can reset your HOTMAIL password if you also give them last 4 digits in ure master card Security Key and EXP date, I hope this makes sense to you now, the guy has 80% of the information but not my master card info and this is enough to make Microsoft send him my accont
some questions he cant answer Like
1->The approximate date you registered the account :"Do a guess"
2->As many "old" outdated passwords i used in the past as you " he will change the password 7 or 8 times and then send an email to Microsoft saying these were my old passwords"
i hope i make sense now !
i am sure microsoft has a way or another to to fix this issue