Last night, someone (probably Isolate, the same loser who did it last time) tried to hack into my online identity. Last night I received an unsolicited password reset e-mail from Twitter. I ignored it but kept a watchful eye. A few moments later I got a slew of messages from Yahoo. 7:32pm: Password reset requested. […]
I have regained full access to PayPal, as well as Yahoo and Amazon. I’ll be talking to Apple tomorrow. Also orangepolitics.org isn’t actually hacked, it’s just the domain name. I still don’t have Dreamhost back (which is the root of the problem) but they agreed to lock everyone out until it’s straightened out. Yay.
I’m pretty sure the above is my hacker’s email address! I found it in my Yahoo account. Now what????
I am powerless to stop this, apparently. The following email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) was deleted from your Yahoo! account (al********). To ensure that your account information remains accurate and secure we notify you whenever this information changes. This change request was made on May 27, 2013 at 04:42pm EDT.
Someone’s up in my Yahoo account RIGHT NOW, and i can’t do anything about it.