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  • A hacking attempt required user (Todd) to change his Microsoft password. User seeks advice to reduce background noise and be removed from potential robot network.

    An email forwarded to the spam@uce.gov spam filter was returned undeliverable on Saturday morning, May 7, 2016. A text message was then received stating the user's request to change his password was confirmed when the request was never made. Applications dependent on the password did not work afterwards. After speaking with the device manufacturer (Microsoft), they stated the password had to be changed for security reasons.

    The mobile provider reset the network 4 times since. Improvements were slight. They stated the apps maybe need to be evaluated by Microsoft.

    User experienced another attack where an increased charge of energy downloaded an email in the junk folder at the end of March 2016 by the same scroll pressure used each day to forward the email. User removed 26 viruses from his laptop that also required extensive debugging of blue screen messages which crashed the computer approximately every 20 minutes earlier. Registry entries of programs not used by the computer were removed.

    Windows Phone Cyan 8.1 (Windows 10 Compatible updated) may be on a robot network. Applications occasionally behave opposite selected settings. Cognitive and speech recognition services are unwantedly present with similar symptoms described when Cortana is turned off. Machine learning complicates life where predictive actions are announced even when not using the phone and produce headaches.

    User experienced a similar attack where an email forwarded to spam@uce.gov was delivered to his inbox on November 26 or 27, 2015. Email was definitely forwarded to the spam filter, but crypting the transmission for a split second and forcing and redirecting the email to the inbox. Some computer functionality was altered. The machine corrected the alteration attempts by itself. The machine is not responding as well this time.



    Monday, May 16, 2016 11:18 PM

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