How Can i get the stolen hotmail account?

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is there any programs to get back my hotmail account
hacker changed my secret queestion
and changed my alternate EmaIL
Its really serious I need that Email hes making bad fame to me in my city.
hes blackmailing my contacts
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You would need to contact Hotmail who will be able to give you your account back by confirming security questions such as some of your contacts etc

http://emailsupport.spaces.live.com/

Unfortauntely no one else will be able to assist in any other way

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Raheem05 is right.

There are about two options; Find out who stole it and get it back, or contact Microsoft through the link provided and ask for support.

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I cant really find a way to contact them i entered the site but no option for that gimme a more clear link? i will be thankful
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yeah but its just hard to be achieaved

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I cant contact them

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Try this link instead:

https://help.live.com/help.aspx?project=liveidv1&market=en-gb

Go to that link, search for 'stolen' to the left and click the link.

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The page has been moved sorry it says as soon you click on the link at the top to:

http://windowslivehelp.com/Default.aspx
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And when you do regain access to your hotmail account change your password/passphrase to one that is at least 20 characters long.
Make sure that it has letters and numbers and perhaps a few special characters (+-$)

The most likely reason that it was hacked in the first place is that your passphrase was ......

Too short and hacked by brute force methods
A dictionary word
A word or number or phrase personal to yourself
A passphrase (or variation of) that you use frequently on other websites
Written down somewhere and seen by someone else
Stolen by spyware or a keylogger on your PC or another one you were using
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