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mikehyorks

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long story, and I don't want to go through the moral/ethical debate but I need to access a Hotmail or gmail account without a password. my wife has been cheating and admitted it although we are planning on trying to work it out. I know for a fact she has an Hotmail.com and a gmail.com email that she hasn't confessed to, so I want to try and get into them. the linked account for the gmail one is the Hotmail one, and vice versa, so if I can get into 1 I get into both.

 

all the software ive found for free on google appears basically to be a virus, does anyone know any software that will reliably and easily let me get into either account? I am a computer novice so the easier the better please!


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GeeksToGo > Terms of Use


o Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc.

 


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anyone?


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See the previous reply from SpywareDr

 

We do not assist folks in breaking into people's accounts.


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