Re: I'm having the same problem... can someone help me too?



uccme
07-09-2005, 10:52 PM
Hi there,
I have the same problem like you, and posted a question about it. i am
signed in at another location, when i am just wanting to sign in!!I have
never given out my password to anyone,and i am stunned as well, how can i be
signed in another location.as to W/98 messenger was available on it, i used
it with 6.1 version,but for voice conversation or netmeeting both users had
to have the same version as far as i remember.i have not sent my report to
msn,but tried searching its website for answers on this latest sign in sign
out mystery without any luck.I know that if you are signed in for windows
messenger you have to sign out before you can sign in for msn messenger. I
tend to use msn messenger as i find it better.
So lets hope anyone has an answer ?Are we being hacked,or is a fault in the
system telling us that we are already sign in when not.
thanks for all your reponses
--
uccme


"Robert Schuldenfrei" wrote:

> Hi Jen,
>
> I know for sure that my problem was my daughter as she confirmed that she
> was indeed on the laptop when my "issue" was raised. After taking the
> advice of the NG members about changing my password and security question I
> have not had any login activities into my Passport. I agree with the other
> writer, people can make e.mail messages appear to come from you. Since I
> sign my messages, my e.mail address is "out there." I would continue to
> look into your problem and keep after Microsoft.
>
> Good Luck,
>
> Bob
> --
> Robert Schuldenfrei
> S. I. Inc.
> 32 Ridley Road
> Dedham, MA 02026
> bob@s-i-inc.com
> 781/329-4828
>
>
> "Jennifer Transcriber" <Jennifer Transcriber@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote in message news:2B2B54FC-3B04-4AF6-AE48-35A958A18C59@microsoft.com...
> > Robert,
> >
> > I'm not so sure your problem had to do with your daughter's machine ...
> > the
> > same thing happened to me on February 8 ... I'm stilling being kicked off
> > by
> > "someone" and also on the 8th, AFTER I installed MSN 6.2, my e-mail box
> > sent
> > be one of those "mail undeliverable" notices. I looked at it, and it was
> > sent FROM someone who wasn't me... TO someone I'd never heard of.
> > Immediately, I changed my password, but I'm still getting bumped off and
> > being told that someone else has logged on from a different location.
> > I've
> > sent 2 reports of this to MSN and have yet to get a reply.
> >
> > Another thing, is that I was using Windows Messenger. I signed up for MSN
> > the other night so that I could test it, not realizing both would be
> > associated with my email address (I thought I could have them separate) ..
> > and I really don't want to have to create a new username ... I will look
> > like
> > an idiot to a prospective employer. And, if someone is doing what I think
> > they are, and they can send e-mails from my account, what is to stop them
> > from intercepting emails to my account? Many questions. I'm freaking
> > out!!!!! Could they be seeing everything in my computer? And why won't
> > microsoft respond to my potential security issue?!?!?
> >
> > Someone PLEASE HELP
> >
>
>


Re: I'm having the same problem... can someone help me too?