This IP hijacked my friend's Hotmail account. Mon, 4 Jul 2011 17:22:31 -0700
This IP address access my Gmail account last August 30 and 31 2011. I can't also access my MSN account.
This IP hacked my Gmail account on 22 Sep 2011. And delete all 9000 odd old emails. Now my Gmail box is Empty :-(
this ip hacked my email ,facebook and and other email . all my comntacts and emails were deleted and it was sending messages to everyone in my contacts including lawyers and insurance companies asking for money saying i was in uk and me and my family got robbed and needed money asap . now i cant access facebook . ebay or emails
they hacked me on the 7/10/11. i checked the logins on my email and it had this ip address several times but also had the usa department of defense ip on there aswell im pretty sure they were tracking them
This IP hijacked my friend's Hotmail account and is spending spam messages. The message headers were X-Originating-IP: [126.96.36.199]
Dell computer was logged on remotely and checked out some things on my laptop. They ran a command that shows all IP addrsses on my network. They found that my SSL had been deleted. And they saw this IP addrss 188.8.131.52 in the list of active users on my network. I've had Gmail account hacked into twice in two months. Even tho I increased my security settings to the max after the first hacking, it happened again. Dell said this is because the hacker hacked into my laptop - not my network. Pretty scary. And my router has very high security and a firewll, and I'm using the Windows 10 firewall. And that's not enough to keep hackers out.
My SSL was turned off some how by someone using this IP address. Dell tech support tracked them to this IP. I just now spent $200 on software to prevent this from happening again. HitmanPro and Malwarebytes.
Just found out today that I have officially been hacked by the same I.P. address. Always knew it was possible, but never thought it would happen to me. I know better now that no one is safe. Tell your friends!
This guy hacked my laptop and deleted my study files, this guy is from india, hacked me saying that i am from dell support and will access your laptop and fill in the errors....pls pls pls do not attend this type of calls..i have to spend 80$ for fixing up my laptop
Dell tech tracked this as ip address and i guess my ssl is off and gone and they dell wanted me to buy hundreds of $ worth gift cards to buy a SonicWALL to stop this and also started buying gift cards from every site know to man to test my stuff. I unplugged router mid way and now have thousand dollars of payments in cards i have to repay. Dell Scammers used this as excuse. i dont trust anyone no more
Got a call from "Dell" one morning, they ran some tests and found this guys IP hacking my laptop, and uploading videos to certain sites from it, the "Dell" guy said he would have to either lock my computer, or id have to buy a new SSL since my current one got messed up. Gave me options for $400, $600, and $999 ones, didnt spend any money since I didnt have any so they never got my information, but don't trust these guys. They ghost call from the official dell number. Remember, Dell will never call you unless they schedule an appointment.
Received a notice from Amazon that they detected fraudulent activity on my account
This 18774431399ip just hacked my information by pretending to be Amazon assistant customer.received a call from Amazon that they detected a fraudulent activity on my account,cashapp ,Walmart,target and Ria
This IP hacked and tampered my personal information. I suffered losses my Amazon and banking information. Thanks to Jacob from Amazon who helped with this problem.
I have been hacked by this address. Amazon has alerted me of this and are helping me to secure my account
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DNSBL* - is a list of IP addresses published through the Internet Domain Name Service (DNS) either as a zone file that can be used by DNS server software, or as a live DNS zone that can be queried in real-time. DNSBLs are most often used to publish the addresses of computers or networks linked to spamming; most mail server software can be configured to reject or flag messages which have been sent from a site listed on one or more such lists.
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