I thought last nite I was given a new PW:Logi

Gateway Desktop with amd phenom ii x4 qu...
August 2, 2011 at 07:00:28
Specs: Windows XP, AMG/8RAM
pls give me a PW similar to LoginpathC*,,I thought this was this pw I was assigned doesnt work and I need to get on ebay.
could have been LoginC* BUT THAT WaS REJECTED..
MY PHONE IS 336.722.3363.

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August 2, 2011 at 07:08:42
I thought I change my pw from 24december to LoginC* or LoginpathC@.Neither work.
When I first go on line I enter mandaylaye@yahoo.com and use the pw august then it flips to the yahoo pg. and I hit mail and it asks ME AGAIN for my email address..which I enter .and PW: it is not august,nor 24december nor LoginC*nor LoginpathC*
I am sorry to tell you but I have a gateway computer .Motherboard and memory increased last year and I dont know what you would call this modified model.
It is not a compacq 289..(bad joke).
Please go in the back door and sort out my mess.PLEASE.Thank you

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August 3, 2011 at 15:52:21
Everything is wrong with your approach to computer security. I think this is far more important than worrying about eBay.

Your phone number and email address are all over the internet. If you can find them in Google, then so can anyone in the world. This includes criminal gangs, who have computers trawling the net for "at signs", amongst other things. If you are not already getting junk email and strange phone calls then you soon will. It wouldn't surprise me if your full names and home address are out there somewhere too. You can edit the email address and phone number out of your post here (button at top right of post).

If you think I'm kidding, first put your phone number in Google. Next try your email address. None of the information you find should be out there. Even for business there are ways to make things secure.

The best approach would be to change your phone number and email address then never put either in open text on the internet. Get some advice on how to use the internet safely (including busines, if any, and social networking) - there is plenty in Google. Don't discuss your password attempts online for starters.

As for your query, we don't work by phone and have no method to enter your machine. We just give free advice on this forum, in our spare time, to help people fix their computer problems. Contact eBay about your password issues and they should sort them out.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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