The FBI won’t help you unless you give them all the evidence that they need to prosecute the hacker. Moreover, the FBI won’t help you unless you can prove that the hacker had caused you financial or physical harm. Recently I spoke with a self-described expert on criminal psychopaths, who acts as a liaison between FBI agents and prosecuting attorneys, regarding the hacker in question. "I don’t see a crime here." If I couldn’t get the expert on my side, how could I get the FBI on my side? The authorities won’t help and you can’t reason with a psychopath, so what’s the point of reporting internet crimes?
The New York Times’ J.D. Biersdorfer notes that there are a couple of easy ways to determine who’s using your Wi-Fi. The CFAA is the federal computer crime statute which provides for civil relief for any victim who “suffers damage or loss by reason of a violation of” the statute. 27 that permits discovery before the filing of a federal action to perpetuate testimony to “prevent a failure or delay of justice.” Rule 27. Even though he gave you his password, you had no right to send emails using his account.
Shame on the psychopathic hacker for being shameless and shame on me for being too careless and trusting. One thing that I discovered when I discovered one of accounts had been hacked. That Microsoft IWindows Live) will do nothing to help you correct the problem. Buried underneath your Windows Live Account are all your other Microsoft Accounts including email and others. Once someone is into your Windows Live Acoount, they are also into all your other Microsoft Accounts.
The best way to resolve the question is to use one of a few simple tools to take a look at what’s going on with your network. You can check whether the devices that are connected to it are ones you recognize, or ones that look suspicious and can’t be accounted for when you take stock of the Wi-Fi-connected gadgets in your home. Depending on your level of interest and your technical ability, there are some simple ways to find out.
The access to my Windows Live Account was granted by someone at Microsoft, not me. Upon discovery that this had happend, I attempted to retake control of the Windows Live account and was not able to. I was able to get back one of the underlying accouts but I am still trying to correct the mess that this caused. I have also read in one the other Security feeds that one in five Microsoft Accounts is comprmised. Abigail later discovers that someone has read her emails after she checks her email account activity and notices the account has been accessed by a mobile web browser.
You probably have violated that “wire fraud” law in the US. I didn’t bother to report the person (whom I’ve known only electronically) who’d hacked my Hotmail account recently – the same person who had remotely installed keylogger spyware on my computer.