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MrsRed

 
Member Since: Jan 15, 2007
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Does this mean that I have been hacked ?? I just found that I am sharing a network & I am not to sure how this even happened. I have tried to eject but it will not eject Have tried to send to trash but it won't let me. I have tried restarting & it is till the same.

Thanks for the help.
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goobimama

 
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I don't think you are being hacked or anything. Seems to me like a bug of some kind. Must be a remainder of one of your previous networks.

Btw, to take a screenshot of just one area, use the Command+Shift+4 to drag out a smaller selection...
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