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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetInternetMSN · 1 decade ago

my msn is already typing for me?

I was on msn talking with a friend and then he would ask me a question like "Hey whats up?" and then my msn would automatically respond for me.. and say "im good and how are you" . It is in the same text as mine and under my screen name... what is going on? Does he have some kind of hacking thing.. i have no idea it is sooo wierd

Update:

i have msn plus installed but the wierd thing i think that the person i was talking to was typing the stuff out for me... and they acted like they didnt know what was going on.. also the answers that the "person" was typing for me was just like my typing.. so i kno there is something fishy going on

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Well MSN Plus has this quick texts thing, where you can make messages that pop up automatically if you type in a certain command. You can change this under your Preferences, under Conversations.

    Does this happen with everyone you chat with? Is msn asking your friends to download a file?

    If it is happening with everyone you chat with, it's probably MSN Plus add-ons... if it isn't, your friend, or someone you know is possibly hacking. If msn is asking your friends to load a file, you have a virus.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    hi

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    - Make sure you have Live Messenger and Messenger Plus! Live installed.

    - Download the script, open it, accept the warning and press Import.

    - Open a conversation window.

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    - Type "/usay /help" for additional information (for example: group chat support)

    - Of course you can say whatever you want

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well i think you have installed some windows live add-on on your pc

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