want to hack crack my wife`s yahoo and aol account password

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  1. profile image50
    santiagomunezposted 14 years ago

    I have doubt on ma wifey that she is talking to someone through her mails i

    aksed her bt she remained silient n beahved that nthing such had happened

    before Alcatraz! Niphedorurah i want her email account password please help

    me how can i get it.

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      Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

      You signed up for Hubpages for the sole purpose of getting someone to help you hack your wife's mailbox? What kind of a man are you trying to violate her privacy by shamelessly hacking into her personal emails?

  2. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    Because his parents did not respect his privacy either, so he thinks it is all right. smile

    But we are more likely to see another person chiming in with url of the site that sells that kind of software. This is probably why the thread was started in the first place. smile

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      Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Maybe his wife is seeing someone who respects her as a woman and honor her need for space and values her rights and privacy. I for one would not even want to spend a second in the same room with a man like him.

  3. gamergirl profile image88
    gamergirlposted 14 years ago


    My fiance and I shared our email passwords with one another.  We rarely go into each other's email accounts - and for good reason.

    We give no reason to suspect, and we don't hide behind crybaby terms of "privacy" from one another.

    If you can't trust your partner enough to trust their word - how do you know you trust them enough to be with them?

    1. Rangerwife profile image60
      Rangerwifeposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      We're the same.  My husband and I give each other access to each others accounts in everything.  This is a trust thing.  At the same time, we have enough respect for each other that we never do get into each others stuff.  It's all about trust and respect, and that should have been established before marriage.

      1. josephdiego profile image60
        josephdiegoposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Well said, trust is Key. wink

  4. TravelMonkey profile image59
    TravelMonkeyposted 14 years ago

    I'm in the same boat as you gamergirl, nothing to hide at all times. If you allow this, then 9 times out of 10 your partner won't want to check your emails.

  5. Marian Swift profile image60
    Marian Swiftposted 14 years ago

    The word "Niphedorurah" haunted me -- I love new words and names -- so I Googled it.

    So it turns out the OP has sent this same note to all kinds of forums, and that's all Google has to tell us about "Niphedorurah."

  6. Rochelle Frank profile image91
    Rochelle Frankposted 14 years ago

    Search his name and you will find him hawking a service for hacking and cracking passwords..
    Misha was right again.

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      Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I googled his name the search reuslts had his name in all kinds of breakings, hackings and crackings  sites.  i do not understand. what was his intention in the first place? if he was an expert why was he here asking for help? was he going to answer the question himself?

  7. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    No, he would have created another account (or asked a friend to do it) and posted something like:

    Oh, yeah, mine is a bitch, too. Ya know, I gotta good soft for this, it helped me to nail her, check it out.... http://www.scamsoft.moc/super-duper-crakcer.html big_smile

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      Anitha1978posted 14 years agoin reply to this

      no wonder the guy took the trouble to sign up. If this thread was left alone to his devices he might have attracted some attention from interested people.

  8. funride profile image71
    funrideposted 14 years ago

    Misha, if you keep spamming this forum I promise you I´ll report you to the higher gods of HP big_smile.

    I´m watching you! lol

  9. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    LOL - here it comes! lol

    Two weeks! Really patient one big_smile

  10. Len Cannon profile image87
    Len Cannonposted 14 years ago

    Call the police and explain the situation to them.  They will help you crack your wife's password, much in the same way they will help you open a locked car.

    Hope this helps.

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      Zarm Nefilinposted 14 years agoin reply to this



    2. Marian Swift profile image60
      Marian Swiftposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Len ... Hey, I found it helpful!  (I needed the LOL.)

      Zarm ... Love your new avatar!

  11. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    I guess this idiot deserves IP ban for his patience big_smile

  12. VioletSun profile image80
    VioletSunposted 14 years ago

    Phil, my partner,  and I have stored passwords in our computers so I can sign into his account without knowing his password, and vice versa.  I also have an address book where I write all the passwords to my bank accounts, business sites, etc, which he has seen, and in addition, since Phil and I manage my sister's online business (we do the shipping fulfillment for her customer's orders), I have her password which gives me access to one of her private email addresses which I have never read; funny how when one has trust, there isn't the need to be a Peeping Tom hacker.  smile

    1. Marisa Wright profile image90
      Marisa Wrightposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      You do realise that it's against most bank's terms and conditions to write your passwords down anywhere.   I have to admit I write mine down, too, but certainly not all in one place and certainly not in "clear" (they're disguised as other things). 

      Have you thought about what would happen if someone broke into your house and happened to steal that address book?   I trust you don't ever take it out of the house, because it could get lost - and what would happen then?    Do be careful, because you're setting yourself up for identity theft.

      I've always been a bit anxious about saving passwords on my computer because I'm sure I read somewhere that if a hacker hacks your PC, they can get the passwords and do even more damage.  I dont know if that's true.

      1. VioletSun profile image80
        VioletSunposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I have to write the passwords out because I have had computer crashes and lost my passwords, and don't feel comfortable in saving them in my computer.  And yes, its true, passwords can be stolen by a computer hacker; an online friend of mine whom I have known for over 10 years, met a brillant female techie in a forum years ago, and the woman was not balanced mentally, to make a long story short, the woman hacked into my friend's computer and caused damage to her bank accounts and sent a virus to her computer; the police got involved.  I feel comfortable with what I am doing, but perhaps, I should disguise some of the company and bank names as we have way too many passwords to be able to remember them without having them stored someplace.  Thanks for your comments, I will make some changes.

  13. Mariaangelozzi profile image39
    Mariaangelozziposted 14 years ago

    I would like to agree with you, regarding your hub.  It is VERY true nothing is secure online.  My information was stolen over 6mths ago & they purchased over $950.00 worth of merchandise on my card.What a mess that was trying to get it resolved. 

    It's great to share a hub such as this to make people aware that identity theft is certainly alive!

    God Bless!

    Maria Angelozzi

  14. Milla Mahno profile image61
    Milla Mahnoposted 14 years ago

    What exactly hub are you talking about Maria? I want to read it, too!

  15. josephdiego profile image60
    josephdiegoposted 14 years ago

    R U Kiddin me?

    If your girl is out there screwing around, and you're doing the right thing you won't have to hack her stuff.  The truth always comes out  in the end. However. You have to, you must keep your side of the street clean. So if you're worried that your girl is cheating  on you and you are not or have not ever cheated on her. You will find the truth.
    But if your a dirty dog yourself, your just bringing upon yourself what you put out. You know, what goes around comes around. Thats the bottom line. So if your doing the right thing and shes not or the other way around. It will all come out. Just remember, hurt people "Hurt People".

    Trust her, Love her better yet Love yourself and you won't have anything to worry about.

    Peace, Love, Health, Happiness and Lavish Abundance... JosephDiego

  16. daeemomin profile image61
    daeemominposted 14 years ago

    read about Islam and also tell your wife to read about it.your family problems will be solved.if your wife is doing something wrong, it is only because she does not have fear of God

    1. josephdiego profile image60
      josephdiegoposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Fear God? Is that what Islam is all about? Looks like Islam has a lot of fear. Is that the same reason the women have to dress from head to toe? If a women steps out of place, who punishes them God or the Husband? I don't know, That is why is stay away from all organized religion. Every thing is based on fear. How can you love, with fear? Isn't the world in bad enough shape because of fear. How about less fear and more love....

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