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priti09uk

My account has been hacked by some one i knw, iv changed my password but it made no difference, he is still in my account invading my privacy.. reading all my private inbox msgs and unfollowing ppl iv been following..

Need a solution on wht to do asap!!! PLZ ADVISE

plz can anyone advise nd help!!

Thanks 

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priti09uk

I contacted them and they just sent me a silly list of ways to block the person, iv done that alrdy but the main problem is that he is still logged into my account.

Appreciate ur help nd response 

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_RamKrish1012
1 hour ago, priti09uk said:

My account has been hacked by some one i know, iv changed my password but it made no difference, he is still in my account invading my privacy..

If some one has hacked into your Smule account how did you change your password as the hacker must have changed the password. When my Bank account got hacked I could not access my own bank account. I am a bit confused here. Are you able to go to settings in your Smule account now. Please check again

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stevejohnson13

Doesn't changing the password log them out though??

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PeacefulJoin

I was hacked, too. I still think they’re is some type of malware on my device. Someone got into my account and even created another account with my e-mail. I changed everything, took my device to Apple, but they couldn’t find anything, but that absolutely does not mean there isn’t anything on your device. There are types of spyware/malware that cannot be discovered unless you take it to someone whose specialty is in that field. There are certified ethical hackers who may be able to help you or if you know someone with a strong computer science background. You can uninstall the apps and eliminate the problem, but that isn’t fair. 

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PeacefulJoin
12 hours ago, PeacefulJoin said:

I was hacked, too. I still think they’re is some type of malware on my device. 

there is*

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PeacefulJoin
On 8/12/2019 at 1:11 PM, stevejohnson13 said:

Doesn't changing the password log them out though??

Not if you’ve been truly hacked. If he knows your personal information, he can see your password change. Something very important I learned: The first thing the FBI does when they get a new computer is cover the camera. I used to laugh at my spouse when he would tell me to turn my devices in a position where the camera lenses were not on us at night. Now, I have all of the cameras covered, but it’s disturbing to think someone may have been watching me. Even if you log into Smule or any social media, they can watch where you go and who you view. I used to think it was far fetched. Unfortunately not. 

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inspired_Dev
On 8/12/2019 at 10:41 PM, stevejohnson13 said:

Doesn't changing the password log them out though??

Did anyone ever try this for themselves: change your password and see what happens?

I remember that I have changed my password, multiple times in the past, in some instances from my computer, and in others from within the app as well.

But I continued to be able to use the app on both Android and iOS. I was NOT logged out, or required to re-enter the new password to continue using the app.

There's no log out button in the app, so you can't even do it yourself if you wanted to (no easy way at least). Once you're in, you're in... until you uninstall the app.


Do You Love MUSIC? Most likely it's a 'Yes'! But do you RESPECT & VALUE it fairly?

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Crazyjster

log out of your account on every devise you have logged into and then reset your password with a random letters/numbers/special characters. only log in on one devise. Does the person have access to your devises? If so you might have to freeze that account and get a new one and see if they can transfer your vip over...if you have it.

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inspired_Dev
  1. I could not find any option in the app to "log out" out of my account. So I had to uninstall the app.
  2. I logged into my account from a computer using the website, went to settings to set a new password.
  3. I had to enter my old password once, and then a new password twice.
  4. Password changed! Work done?
  5. When I reinstalled the app on my mobile, it said "checking..." and then they asked
    "Is this you?"
    [Profile Pic]
    @[my username]
    "Yes or No."
    I was me!, so I tapped on Yes. It said "logging in..." & was welcomed inside. They did not ask me for my new password.
  6. Inside the app, I could go to settings and directly set a new password. It did not require me to also enter the old password, like I'd done on computer.

What if I had used my account on multiple other devices in the past and then uninstalled it and forgot about it? Then those devices were given to other people with my consent (just shared temporarily, lent or sold - so need not be a person I know).

With this naive security process of "checking...", "is this you?", "welcome!" on each of those devices, even an innocent person not intending to "hack" my account, if they just installed the app and were naively asked "is this you?", could tap on 'yes' simply out of curiosity and be logged in without trouble.

Security and privacy are much more fundamental features than effects, filters, gifts (dubbed "most expressive way to show your appreciation" - really, so you can't simply enter a heartfelt comment to express appreciation?) and "stickers for Snapchat sharing" (why Snapchat?).

Shows their priorities.


Do You Love MUSIC? Most likely it's a 'Yes'! But do you RESPECT & VALUE it fairly?

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