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    This makes me wonder if these ill-gotten passwords were obtained by "atdmt' via Windows Live.

    The trouble I had w/spyware was related to Windows Live. Zep516 helped with HJT & Malware scans - found nothing, yet a search for "atdmt" found it buried like a backyard full of a dog's bones... even in backup files of old email. After removing Windows Live, AVG no longer warns of the "atdmt[2]' tracking cookie.

    "I'm just sayin'..."

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    Very unlikely. They also hit Yahoo, Gmail and others. See here.

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    Its a simple case of misdirection:
    This:



    This:

    Your account has been hacked, please click the link below to change your password NOW!

    https://www.secure.hotmail.com/change-password.html



    And this:

    You Have A Message!
    Click Here to log-in


    All these types are meant to send you somewhere other than where you think your going

    (the above links are safe! )

    Never click a link to access stuff like this, Always type the address in your browser.
    Always remember you're unique.


    ...Just like everyone else!
    If your problem is solved, here's how to say thanks!

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