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  1. Weird question, but can people see if I take a screenshot of their pictures and posts in Facebook and Instagram?
  2. So ive got a ASUS ZenBook 14 UX433F and I lost the charger and I want to buy a new one, are all the Asus Zenbook adapters the same? Or do I need to find the exact same chargerfor that PC?
  3. Yes, while I was ingame. I opened shift-tab and then I clicked it on someones profile.
  4. I have already used my 14 days, + it was over the steam web, while I was in a game, + it was a prntscr link if it helps
  5. Yea, but I only ran Windows Defender Full Search, and it said that there was nothing
  6. I accidently clicked on a screamer link, I dont really see anything downloaded when I look at folders, Is it still possible that I could get a virus?
  7. EMIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Intro music playing)

  8. So basically I think I logged into a fake steam website and I think they have my Steam API Key. So I would like to ask a few questions which are down below. I would really appreacite if you knew anything about Steam API and could answer my questions. Thanks! 1. You only have 1 steam web API Key, so when I log into 2 different trading sites for a game, they get the same API key that they both can abuse until I revoke/reset it. 2. Does it matter which domain name I use when I register and click "I agree to the Steam Web API Terms of use" so for example I can write "COOLEXAMPLE" and "CSGOCOOLSCAM .com" and it wont change the API key or anything, it basically doesnt matter what I use, i still get to see my API Key and get to revoke it.
  9. I am trying to find out which sites I have given access to. Also when I write in a website like CS.money and press revoke. It creates a new API code that they dont have unless I log in again right? All websites I log into with my steam gets a API code which they can use and abuse until I revoke/reset it again and they can't know until i log in again right? My post before for more info: I know this is long but bare with me, I really need help. ​ Hi today I was on my PC just like any other day, and I have opened steam up and everything. I randomly go out of chrome and see that steam had a popup message. It said that my account credentials or something has been changed and it had logged me out. I quickly checked my Email if anything had happened. Nothing from Steamsupport or anything. I also checked my Steam Authenticator app on my Phone, it was still logged in and was fine. So I tried to log in with the same password and it worked. I checked my Windows Defender and it was for some reason disabled, so I enabled it and did a Full scan and it says there is no viruses. ​ IMPORTANT TO MENTION: * I have a CSGO Inventory for 200 Euro. ​ * This PC is like 1-2 months old and I just updated to 1903 like 2 weeks ago, but in like past 2 days and today Ive gotten 6-7 Windows Defender Definition updates ​ * I have logged into Steam on the web a few times, and Ive logged into a CSGO Trading website called [CS.money](https://CS.money) (which is trusted and sponsors CSGO tournaments and stuff) ​ * I havent really gone into a sketchy website, mostly youtube. ​ * I am in Turkey right now for holiday and I wanted to log into Wikipedia, but its blocked here so I disconnected my Wifi at home and used my Mobile Data which is German but can be used all over Europe and logged into Wikipedia. So I used 2 different Wifi´s for like 10 min on the same PC. ​ I really dont know what happened right now but I am pretty scared that I could be losing my account, what can help me stay secure and what do you think happened? ​ Thanks!
  10. When I register Steam API Key for a domain then what happens exactly?? and is there a place where I can see the certain website I have registered an API Key? and also what happens when you recall a API key or whatever it is called, also does every site I visit create a API Key?
  11. know this is long but bare with me, I really need help. Hi today I was on my PC just like any other day, and I have opened steam up and everything. I randomly go out of chrome and see that steam had a popup message. It said that my account credentials or something has been changed and it had logged me out. I quickly checked my Email if anything had happened. Nothing from Steamsupport or anything. I also checked my Steam Authenticator app on my Phone, it was still logged in and was fine. So I tried to log in with the same password and it worked. I checked my Windows Defender and it was for some reason disabled, so I enabled it and did a Full scan and it says there is no viruses. IMPORTANT TO MENTION: * I have a CSGO Inventory for 200 Euro. * This PC is like 1-2 months old and I just updated to 1903 like 2 weeks ago, but in like past 2 days and today Ive gotten 6-7 Windows Defender Definition updates * I have logged into Steam on the web a few times, and Ive logged into a CSGO Trading website called [CS.money](https://CS.money) (which is trusted and sponsors CSGO tournaments and stuff) * I havent really gone into a sketchy website, mostly youtube. * I am in Turkey right now for holiday and I wanted to log into Wikipedia, but its blocked here so I disconnected my Wifi at home and used my Mobile Data which is German but can be used all over Europe and logged into Wikipedia. So I used 2 different Wifi´s for like 10 min on the same PC. I really dont know what happened right now but I am pretty scared that I could be losing my account, what can help me stay secure and what do you think happened? Thanks!
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