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MSN/Hotmail password hacking

Post by dominateme on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:14 am
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Hi, i was wondering if any of you guys could help me.

I've searched hi and low on the internet to find a hotmail password hacking program... but i cant!
they are either trials which dont let u do anything... or u have to 'take part in a survey before your download begins'
which it never does!

I was just wondering if anyone knows where i can get secure free password hacking software (without having to take part in a survey or a competition to win a BMW 1series!!) , or if anyone has the software, and would be kind enough to pass it on to me?

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Re: MSN/Hotmail password hacking

Post by hellow533 on Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:31 am
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Why do you want to hack email accounts? Remember, hacking is illegal, and normally people who have to ask random strangers on a website infested with nooby hackers will get caught.

A: Code your own.
B: Don't do it.
C: Try not to ask for hacking software unless it has a legitimate purpose.
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Re: MSN/Hotmail password hacking

Post by centip3de on Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:25 pm
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Yea bro, it's not happening.

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Re: MSN/Hotmail password hacking

Post by Goatboy on Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:34 pm
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hellow533 wrote:Remember, hacking is illegal, and normally people who have to ask random strangers on a website infested with nooby hackers will get caught.

No, illegal hacking is illegal. And I think you might mean HackForums, but we do have our share of the noobs.

Anyway, this is exactly the kind of thing people get banned for asking. It's easy, watch!
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