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Ok. What happens? Well, depending on the path you follow, different things. For example, you can be asked to fill out a form that asks you questions regarding information relating to your account, as is described in this article. Then, as that article says, someone at Facebook reviews the information and checks it against what they already have. Once ...
To see the IP addresses and access methods for your Gmail account, you probably want to look at the Last account activity page. This page is accessed by the "Details" link at the bottom of the gmail web page. I'm not sure there is a way to find out the originating IP of a password recovery request, however it is very unlikely that your gmail account was ...
No. The reason Google doesn’t do this is because it presents a significant security risk. In order to send you your password, Google would have to store it in plain text, which means any attacker who manages to gain access to even part of Google's database of passwords would have a field day. Google stores your passwords with a strong one-way hash—they are ...
It is strange that my account does not display a verify your identity option while yours does. This option appears to vary by country or some other item. Edit: There has been one similar complaint on a Google forum, though no solution besides 2-step verification. There is no way of disabling Google password recovery. I've gone through the settings. There ...
Contact Yahoo! Customer Care and supply as much detail as possible regarding the problem. You can either fill in the help form or directly phone them. If you're going to use the form, don't forget to select "My account has been hacked" under the subject part.
From here: How to recover your Hacked Yahoo! Account: “To be able to reset your hacked yahoo password just send a mail to Yahoo Security Department – email@example.com. always remember to be polite in contacting them, tell the whole story, don’t blame them for your hacked account, tell them when is the last time you ...
Just find your old account and report it. Or go though this link: https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=174210519303259 Or try this one: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact/?id=320596411317906
No, there is not. Your last option would be to use this form http://www.facebook.com/help/contact/?id=320596411317906 If you cannot remember the email address then you cannot get in. (Though if you know all the email addresses you own then it's a process of elimination really)
Assuming that you are able to log in: click on your initials at top-right of the Trello web page click on Account Settings click on Change Password enter old password, and then new password twice And if you can't log in, email firstname.lastname@example.org for help instead, as per the Trello Help page.
Through Google Account Recovery you can recover your password by providing a range of details (such as account creation date, frequent contacts, label names, etc.). I've done it several times and out of 4 times it worked twice (the other times I didn't know enough information). The last time was about a month ago so likely the system didn't change since ...
Twitter has an FAQ on how to recover your account under your circumstances: https://support.twitter.com/articles/107907-i-don-t-have-access-to-my-account-s-email-address-anymore
Your Google account dashboard does not show you your password. The only option is to reset your password by entering both your current password and a new one. One way to answer your question, since you have your phone is to try to log in on your phone's browser. At the login page select Can't access your account? Follow the instructions to regain access to ...
If you're locked out, you're locked out. Yahoo likely won't care unless you're a paying customer. Basically, if you don't have access to the alternate email on file then you really have no chance. This is the details from their page: You can get a new password, a Yahoo! ID reminder, or both. If you forgot your Yahoo! ID or password, go to the Sign-in ...
There are instructions for various ways of getting your account back in this scenario up on the Windows Live help forums: http://windowslivehelp.com/solution.aspx?solutionid=bf5d34bf-db28-44ca-ac9a-93838d81b2d6
I run into many sites that dislike + in the email address (though never one that accepts it at first and then rejects it later). Workaround: get a spamgourmet account that forwards to your gmail account. spamgourmet.com lets you create "+"-style addresses without actually using plus signs (like email@example.com)
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