I have a old email address and its leaked in a couple of sources. Now i do now its a old address and many histories going along this email. Of course i dont use it anymore for private, and migrate all trusted to another address. But when it open protect more and add this address for test and run the program it told me im leaked in a couple of sites, now i the program clearly told me a resolution and go to that account, and change password.
McAfee, are you serious about this solution? Because i never create those few silly accounts, i checked one with a ImaBot.com tool and i never create whatever exist there, so when third parties or people create a account for bad reasons without knowing, why you telling me i go there and change password??? I would recommend a destroy email address...thats saver for all those users who are reading this for a solution.
Note: the program was send me to this account.......for a resolve, thats creepy.
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It's a very wide spread to say its ''phishing'' As a former official law gatekeeper/admin from a 3D site all ages i know about chat rules worldwide and pretty much as well about security, its just that someone used my address for envinious things, i know thatswhy the spam at that address.
The problem is that McAfee Total Protection program tool indentity checker confirmed that address is leaked ( wich i know allready, i was just testing ) and then bring me a very eyebrown fronze because the solution is to visit that side, and change password...so in my point of few and within acceptable parameters its a wrong solution.
I would like to see more solutions because i'm running trusted addresses monitoring by that same tool.
So i don't take this as a accept solution.
I did what you asked me to do, but its Thursday now and i wonder what happend next.
Beside of this, i talked with a retired botmaster from hungary wich i worked with at that 3D site all ages 20 years ago and allways can asked for anytime for a lifetime, he had the tools for check so i explained and he check those 3 sites and he explain pretty much similair as what i thought it was, leave that mail and create a couple of strong trusted addresses, and use a ten thousand others for not official issues.
I talked with my daughter, and show her the program and that '' haunted '' tool , she said: '' Dad , are you serious? you all give your private things to that tool for '' monitor '' ?
''What if one of your 3 bankaccounts are leaked? How McAfee total Protection is gonna response to that? Dad? please...''
could be from a major hack from a big company as we saw in the passed with Linkedin, what i try to say is what that tool have for solution imagine the tool detect a leak from all the parameters i filled in....
Note: I give you a pm about something some people advise me to do, i was given the link to my daughter as well, but ofcourse she aint gonna use McAfee Total Protection after she heard and saw all about that '' haunted '' tool. Thats sad.
So again, i still wait for a accept solution, but McAfee and me got to known eachother better, its pretty much the same as DELL-Alienware forum from the VS and pretty much the same lay-out 🙂
I still wait for a accept solution within acceptable parameters the tool have, you left me with a cheap answer, i am waiting for a solution about that tool.
If not reacting, i think i might be left McAfee Total Protection.
Please, don't show accept solution because its still not !
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