Another example of this hijacking process happened today.
Here is the text that appeared in the Windows Live chat window, this time for a friend how has the user ID of voicemail.
"voicemail appears to be offline. Messages you send will be delivered when they sign in. E-mail this contact instead
boommerrang14 check out these awesome pics from the awesome party LOL http://peterhooper.all-party-pics-4u.com"
Again I ask for any help or comments from other Windows Live users.
This time I note that the URL offered used my name, not the name of the contact whose account appears to be hijacked.
Periodically I receive messages from contacts on my Windows Live Messenger contact list.
The person is off line at the time the message is sent.
The window records this offline status and gives links to sex sites.
I give here an example of what text is inside the chat window:
"maysam appears to be offline. Messages you send will be delivered when they sign in. E-mail this contact instead
I CANT WAIT TO CHAT WITH YOU SEXY
In this example maysam is the user ID of the account the message comes from however I am assuming this account is being hijacked.
Can anyone please tell me how I can stop this without having to cut my contact with my friend.