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Identity Theft And Your MSN Account

There are more MSN fraudsters roaming around and this time they are serving twenty different languages.
Last February, I posted this topic “Your MSN Account Has Been 0WN3D“. 

These are phising sites that employs social engineering technique to lure MSN users in giving out their email address and password.

As an effect, the MSN stolen identity can remotely perform instant messaging and email spamming to all contacts as well as it can sneak your personal messages. 

As of the moment, the following IP addresses and domain names are actively serving these MSN phising sites.

Be careful and stay away from these sites!

  1. Elden Kaeo
    July 15, 2009 at 9:06 pm

    My MSN account has been hacked and emails are being sent thoughout my contact list asking for money. How do I stop this? I have called MSN customer service who could not help me.

    • Methusela Cebrian Ferrer
      July 16, 2009 at 3:06 am

      Hi Elden,

      Expecting solution from MSN is beyond your control.

      I recommend you two options, create a new one, and inform all your contacts about this incident and instruct them to block that email address. However, you may also choose to retain that MSN account given that you still have access to change your password.

      Stay safe!

  2. Allen
    March 7, 2011 at 11:28 am

    I’m being telephoned at all hours of the day and night by telemarketers swearing that I requested the info. I never set up an MSN account, someone has done it using my real name, address and phone number. This is against the MSN TOS, yet MSN does not seem to care. I’ve tried to get help from MSN, but they just tell me to provide more info, like they do not understand the situation at all.

    I don’t know who to go to in order to shut this person down.

  3. June 19, 2011 at 11:25 pm

    I have had ID theft by a African Village by the name of oyotunji in yamise sc, that has some friends in the army that are hacking peoples e-mail accounts.

  1. February 28, 2009 at 5:21 am

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