Hacking


#1

This isn’t exactly a divorce question. But when I was separated from my ex-wife, she hacked into my yahoo e-mail account three times. After 6 months of separation, I signed up for chemistry.com to find a girlfriend using personality compatibility tests. I found a match and started e-mailing a woman who lived three hours away. When I signed up to chemistry.com, I started getting a lot of spam from sex partners sites. My ex-wife did not have my passwords or have permission to be on my e-mail account. I was notified by yahoo three times that my password was reset. I’m not sure but I think she figured out my security questions. We were married for 13 years. Soon after this happened, court papers filed by my ex-wife and her attorney claimed that I was having an affair with the woman I was e-mailing and had her full name. No one knew her name but me and my e-mail account. The court papers indicated that I was soliciting sex on-line and included graphic details the websites from the spam I was receiving. I had the most incompetent attorney on the planet for my divorce attorney. I explained this to her and gave her copies of everything but she did not question it at all. I had just found out that hacking like this is a felony in North Carolina and it is still within the statutes of limitations. So my question is what would be the best authority to file a complaint to have this investigated and possibly be prosecuted? I also was just told that using information in court papers that was obtained illegally is also illegal.


#2

You should call the local police and ask for the cyber crime unit. Good luck.