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Computer hacked?

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I am a member of a forum, and evidently I have made an enemy of someone. I have some questions: 1) how can someone get the "properties" off of my deleted photos? 2) What do they mean when they say "googled her s/o from there (photobucket) What is a s/o? 3) How can they find out about various profiles? 4) Did he hack my computer 5) Is there any way to prvent hacking ? 6) How do I know if my computer has been hacked? It has been running very slowly lately.

Below is what he posted on the forum...if he hacked my computer. Can I report him to anyone other than the forum people, as they won't do anything.


Posted Thu 28 September 2006 13:23
Just for shaits 'n grins, I followed the properties sheets of her deleted photos to her photobucket account and then googled her s/o from there!

Some interesting contridictions accompanying her various profiles out there in eland compared to some of her self-descriptive hints here!
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You can choose to enter as much info as you like in a profile. Most people choose to be anonymous. S/O usually means significant other. Someone on a forum cannot hack into your computer if you have ordinary security precautions in place. It's possible this person saw "discrepancies" because Google referred him to more than one person with the same name, if he ever got a name to beigin with. Sleep easy, just a troll on a forum, all bark, no bite.
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