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    Re: someone stole my twitter account

    my laptop usually has no inward access. my strong passwords are intent to protect against theft and the rare times i do set up a port-specific inward forwarding tunnel (trying to do UDP next, then...
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    Re: someone stole my twitter account

    my laptop has a 35 character password to mount the encrypted file system. i manually type it in from memory. it's not random but it looks like it is.



    i saw that they support that.


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    Re: someone stole my twitter account

    i have managed to grab the account back and quickly changed the email address. and no, i'm not going to say how.

    @Skaperen tweeted: I'm back!
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    Re: someone stole my twitter account

    i found a problem with twitter's design that makes it easier to steal accounts. when the email address is changed, they send a verification to only the new address and never the old one. i used a...
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    Re: someone stole my twitter account

    i know the security best practices and believe i was using them. maybe twitter support can shed more light on this. i'd sure like to know where i might have failed. that's why i want to contact...
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    someone stole my twitter account

    after researching this for a couple weeks i have come to the conclusion that someone stole my twitter account. actually 3 accounts, apparently around the same time. does anyone know how to contact...
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