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Lindyloo

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Hello there ;)

If I don't use IE (unless I need to transfer money in bank account or pay bills)
Is it worth using IE Spy-ad? I trust that my B/F is not using IE cos I got rid of all the shortcuts on his desktop ( :thumbsup: the things you gotta do :tazz: )
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Major Payne

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Don't know about Spy-Ad, but I hope you deleted your shortcuts that you don't want your B/F to use so they aren't sitting in the Trash Bin. ;)

If you share a pc, there are always ways to find out information if you know where to look. :tazz:

I bought a used pc and not one thing was deleted. I had access to a lot of stuff. All passwords were even remembered by a lot of apps. In fact, I logged all the lady's information, opened her e-mail account and left her the information and what to do in the future when getting rid of a pc. Then I re-formatted HD and did a clean install. Never did hear from the lady. Hope she wasn't too scare to get back on the Internet. :thumbsup:

Ron
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:cheers: Major you're crazy like a fox :no: :cheers: (hmm, note to self:- Are foxes actually crazy??)

When you think the damage that could have been caused if that computer had got into the wrong hands.... :tazz: (don't ask me what kind of damage, cos I haven't a clue. :thumbsup: )

Later, :beer:

Lindy x

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:woot: From the Computer expert ;) You gotta laugh, what else is there???
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Foxes are loony :thumbsup:...not crazy!

Just remembered that I checked up on this lady several weeks later. Couldn't get into her e-mail because she changed the password, but, get this, I clicked the "Forgot Password" link, filled out the information including the security question. Juno sent me her NEW PASSWORD!!!!! :cheers: Of course, I went back into her e-mail and left another message telling her to be sure and change EVERYTHING. Even change the screen name, get a new account, etc. I gave up after that. :tazz: Of course. I doubt if Juno is that easy today as you have to be paranoid ;) today to deal with the stuff on the Internet. Just lucky I'm paranoid and crazy! :cheers:

Ron
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