Email password cracking

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by sonicgirl, Sep 26, 2007.

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  1. shorty_37 Go! Canada Go! Registered Senior Member

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    You will have to keep us posted! for your sake I hope you are wrong.
     
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  3. sonicgirl Registered Member

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    Ok. I have told him that I find his behaviour with his phone strange, but he said he just doesnt want to miss important calls. I might have a more serious conversation with him about it though & tell him its really doing my head in
     
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  5. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    so you want control of his email and his phone calls?
     
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  7. sonicgirl Registered Member

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    Yes I will keep you posted

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    I hope Im wrong too

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  8. MacGyver1968 Fixin' Shit that Ain't Broke Valued Senior Member

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    I second everything Mike just said.
     
  9. shorty_37 Go! Canada Go! Registered Senior Member

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    Don't beat around the bush........

    Do what I do, just come right out and say it.....

    Ask him questions about the phone and stuff, everything you have told us.

    Tell him its really bugging you and seems odd. Tell him you are suspicious

    that something is up.....Ask if you could see his emails to put your mind at rest. I don't see why he wouldn't unless there is something he doesn't want you to see. Afterall you are getting married right?

    And if it sounds like crap say just that.......Oh come on you are full of shit!!

    You should just get into it now, instead of later!
     
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  10. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    If you plan on living your life with this man, you need to be able to trust him and also have some faith in him. My experience has been that men always appreciate directness; they also don't assign the same importance to all the "female flights of fancy". Besides if you did check his emails and he found out, he may never trust you, either.

    All the best. Soften him up a little.

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  11. sonicgirl Registered Member

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    I dont want 'control' of his email or phone
    I find it odd that hes so cagey
    He can check my mails and phone whenever he wants, I dont care, Im not hiding anything
    Is it not weird behaviour, to have a 5 min shower, switch phone off then switch back on when out of shower??
    He used to just leave phone wherever, in the kitchen, whatever, now its always off when its not on his person
     
  12. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    My uncle suspected his wife of cheating on him, so he asked his friend who knows computers to check it out. He found several deleted e-mails from the wife to a boyfriend. They got divorced.

    So, go find a computer geek.
     
  13. mikenostic Stop pretending you're smart! Registered Senior Member

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    Everything I put in bold you should ask him about. Something like,
    "dude, you are acting cagey. I find it wierd you are all of a sudden turning your phone off for five minutes when you get in the shower. You used to leave it wherever. I sense something is wrong and if there's something you need to tell me, then please tell me. We have to be honest and communicate or else this relationship isn't going to work."


    Has any behavior changed aside from the phone thing?



    And I bet the wife STILL got most of the shit, alimony and the kids too.
     
  14. sonicgirl Registered Member

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    Ok, thanks everyone
    I have to go now but will update
    dont be mad at me if Ive installed a keylogger :bugeye: I will do so if all else fails
    It will be a last resort, seriously, I mean Id have to have no other option left to do that :bugeye:
    Hopefully it wont come to that
    I am scared that if I do check up, then I might find something bad
    but I dont want to marry a cheater :bawl:
    thanks guys, bye for now
    x
     
  15. sonicgirl Registered Member

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    also if anyone knows of a computer geek, or where to find one, please PM me...
     
  16. John99 Banned Banned

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    ha ha ha.

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  17. Atom Registered Senior Member

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    I've had people crack into my account,,fortunately theres not much of any interest in there even so its totally against the grain in my book...........worse than reading someones secret diary or nexts doors mail.

    Its a Pandoras Box.

    And moreover you..if you have a conscience will have to live with it.

    I shoud add that it went much further with the person sensing rather nasty emails out of pure vindictiveness, one of my friends was seriously ill with leaukaemia...he knew it wasnt me but despite HIS problems took the time to warn me what was going on.

    Just...sad.
     
  18. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    How about turning his phone back on when he's in the shower?

    How about "borrowing" his phone and checking the call history?
     
  19. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    Personally I hate it when you go to the loo, have a shower or otherwise indisposed and your phone rings. There is no way you can answer in the time people expect and there is no way I'm having people hear me squeeze a few toblerone's out (especially in an echoy bathroom).

    This means I'm likely to turn the phone off, just so they don't bother me when I'm indisposed. They know they can't get through, they aren't forced onto call forwarding or use the voicemail (which can cost for Pay as you go).

    Mikes right, in any working relationship you need openness and honesty.

    As mentioned by most of us, cracking or keylogging isn't the way to go. It would just cause more problems than it fixes.
     
  20. nietzschefan Thread Killer Valued Senior Member

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    Voicemail - who the hell expects you to answer the phone when you take a shit?
     
  21. redarmy11 Registered Senior Member

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    If you want to go the whole hog down the snooping road, hire a private investigator.
     
  22. one_raven God is a Chinese Whisper Valued Senior Member

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    This is pathetic.
    I have to echo everything that Sam and mike said.

    If I read this thread, I would dump my girlfriend.

    What it really comes down to is that you don't trust him.
    Why would you want to be with someone you do not trust?

    Why do you need "proof"?
    I would not be with someone I do not trust - and I would never trust someone who would spy on me.

    You suspect he is cheating on you, you confronted him and don't believe his answer.
    Either you are very insecure and will never trust anyone in a relationship (in wchich case you seriously need to work on your issues), or you will never trust him (in which case you need to head for the hills).
    Do you really think that once you check his email, all will be fine and dandy?
    What about the next time he has to work late?
    The next time he smells like women's perfume?
    The next time he has to go on a business trip and doesn't call you by 10 PM like he said he would?

    It really comes down to a simple question...
    Do you trust him?
    If so, believe him and put your own insecurities aside.
    If not, leave him, regardless of whether or not you have "proof" and your petty righteous indignation.
     
  23. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    People that don't know you are taking one?

    Although it would make an interesting addition to the phone networks, the computerised voice synthesising the preformatted text for an away message of:

    "Phone back later, I'm taking a dump"
     
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