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I agree with bmike that since we don't know what the nefarious people have you do, it's next to impossible to diagnose the problem here. However, I am going on the premise that you can turn on your computer but you just cannot log in - meaning enter your username/password - as you described. To reset your OS X password without an CD you need to start up in ...


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Without knowing the steps you did, it's hard to guess what the villains had you do to your computer. Why not power it off and then get some help. You'll need to know the following things to make a good decision on what's next: When is the last time you backed up your Mac and is that backup still viable? How much time/budget do you have to learn how to ...


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This looks like a "Flash SMS" or "class 0 message", supposedly only available to be sent by your carrier, but available to others via Apps (Apple App Store, Google Play Store) and in some carriers, by prefixing your message with *go. There are more technical details on this answer at Stack Overflow, specially in this linked article: As per the SMS ...


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Open up the terminal and try: zipinfo zipFileOfInterest.zip If you really want some "verbose" information output, then enter: zipinfo -v zipFileOfInterest.zip The "-v" option will output a bit more information :) Also, try man zipinfo to get the rundown of what options/etc is available. You can also try: unzip -l zipFileOfInterest.zip These will ...



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