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EddyGameta
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May 29, 2016, 08:46:09 PM
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Hi guys. I wrote to the local moderator, he said, to create a theme here. This is my situation:
I am a long time did not come to this forum.
When I logged in, I saw a topic which moderator advises to change the password, coz the database has been hacked up.
my password on this forum written in the *txt file. All my passwords is a random combination of letters and symbols like this " :DFJb9Hwsvnxl VJs(r " Therefore, they are written to the *txt file.
hence, I continue the story
I open a file to change the password (at this moment I logged in, as well as now, I was authorized)
I erase the old password, the new password typed. Next, I save the file.
I enter the pass in the box to change the pass and I understand that I need the old pass to save changes (which I safely erased and replaced with a new in my *txt).
I cant recover my pass, coz my account is attached to the TORmail, which died long time ago.
This problem affects only the account from which I write. (the password is stored in my browser, but I can not pull it out, because i'm not authorized in chrome)
I kindly request to change the email to change the pass (Tell me please, who do I need to write my new e-mail, if it possible)
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May 29, 2016, 08:54:46 PM
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request canceled Grin Smiley Cheesy Grin
I suddenly remembered the backups of my files, stored on external drives
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