From: Lawrence (manitouxc@gmail.com)
To: jericho@attrition.org
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 15:08:20 -0800
Subject: Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts


Hi!

Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts

Thanks!




From: lyger (lyger@attrition.org)
To: Lawrence (manitouxc@gmail.com)
Cc: jericho@attrition.org
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 20:14:44 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts



On Sat, 10 Mar 2007, Lawrence wrote:

": " Hi!
": "
": " Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts
": "
": " Thanks!

Maybe?

Why are you asking?




From: Lawrence (manitouxc@gmail.com)
To: lyger (lyger@attrition.org)
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 17:21:52 -0800
Subject: Re: Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts


well... I'll be honest.

Trying to get into my gf's account.  I suspect something is going on since
she returned home from her trip this time.  That's all...  Hate to sound
like a stalker... but... It would give me a good reason to break up with her
and ask for stuff I gave her back.  Especially my computer..




From: lyger (lyger@attrition.org)
To: Lawrence (manitouxc@gmail.com)
Bcc: security curmudgeon (jericho@attrition.org)
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 20:58:38 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts


On Sat, 10 Mar 2007, Lawrence wrote:

": " well... I'll be honest.
": "
": " Trying to get into my gf's account.  I suspect something is going on since
": " she returned home from her trip this time.  That's all...  Hate to sound
": " like a stalker... but... It would give me a good reason to break up with
": " her
": " and ask for stuff I gave her back.  Especially my computer..

Can I offer some perspective?

1.  If she is or was your girlfriend, she must have some good qualities.
However, asking a perfect stranger to commit what basically amounts to a
felony is probably a lot riskier than just confronting her about it.

2.  What makes you think "something is going on"?  Lack of communication?
Overheard a phone call?  Does she seem more distant lately?  Do you have
anything concrete that suggests she has been unfaithful?

3.  Was the computer loaned to her or given to her?  Makes a difference in
whether or not it would be in good taste to ask for it back.  Just my
humble opinion.

Dr. Phil Lyger




From: Lawrence (manitouxc@gmail.com)
To: lyger (lyger@attrition.org)
Date: Sun, 11 Mar 2007 23:43:33 -0700
Subject: Re: Can you actually hack in hotmail accounts


Hi!

Thanks for your humble perspective.

1.  Already tried that approach.  I did go thru all the proper steps before
resorting to this method.

2.  Concrete evidence already found and even showed her.  But she admits no
wrong doing.  Which still baffles me.  Everything before that was open
between us.  We have each other password so no secrets, but in all the years
we been together, I never check until she gave me a reason to check.  but
all of the sudden she decided to change it and said nothing is wrong even
after I found the evidence.

3.  On loan.  I still have her old computer here.

This is just one of the pains of being in a relationship.

Thanks.




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