Need Help (SOS) Threat Mail with BSNL Broadband IP

By nilublr ·
One of my friend has applied for divorce, but his wife is opposing. The problem is, in the month of August?2009 some unknown person had send a mail (from gmail) to the boss of my friend?s wife about some obscene matter & adultery related thing with some person of the same office where she is working. This lady & her office friend filed a complain with CID cyber crime accusing my friend (the husband of the lady) directly. But we are sure that he did not send that obscene mail. But, CID personal is saying that one mail contain the IP address of my friend?s BSNL broadband connection. But how can it be possible where he was not the real culprit? How can CID said this?

Technically my friend has a BSNL broadband connection in his house. Has an ADSL modem provided by BSNL.

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A cracked gmail account?

by Ron K. In reply to Need Help (SOS) Threat Ma ...

I've never read the headers of a gmail message, it's likely that the gmail information is in there. <br>
A poor password scheme (same password for all acounts) could allow anyone to send email from any email account the user has. In the case of a divorce I'd be uber-paranoid and change everyone of my passwords. Plus, I'd empty my bank account and move to Aruba or Grand Cayman.

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