cspam1924 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 09:06:09 EDT 2012
I am currently running Pidgin 2.10.5 (libpurple 2.10.5) on a Windows 7
Ultimate 64bit machine. On several occasions now I have logged onto my
machine to see that I've been kicked off of Pidgin due to the following
"1 account was disabled because you signed on from another location: <my
I don't log into my Hotmail account from any other machines and of
course the first time I seen this I thought that my account must have
been popped, so I changed the password. Since then it has happened 3
additional times, and each time I have changed my password. Seeing as I
use KeePass to randomly generate passwords each password has been very
different from the last in addition to always being the maximum length
permitted. I also scan my machine with McAfee, Malwarebytes, and Secunia
on a weekly basis and I'm on a network that is monitored by an IDS.
Since this started I have found nothing of concern.
I did find another post where someone else brought up this same issue,
however it appears to have been dismissed as a 'hacked' account. Is
there a possibility that maybe the Hotmail accounts are simply timing
out and instead of showing that, the "you signed in from another
location" message appears instead?
Any insight is greatly appreciated.
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