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Old 14.12.2018, 15:57
bohort bohort is offline
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Default Is someone else taking remote control of my Jdownloader ?

Hello,

Today, I have a strange behaviour. The list of my links in "Download" disappears, even if I don't touche anything.
Plus, my Jdownloader restarts alone. Multiple times.

It was weird, like someone take remote control of my application !
I'm now deconnected in the "My.jdownloader" tab, and all of these problems went away.

So, I think it's a big trouble when we are connected, I don't know how, but it seems someone can see and take control of my app. Now, I will stay disconnected of this service, it's too crappy.
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Old 14.12.2018, 17:02
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So, I think it's a big trouble when we are connected, I don't know how, but it seems someone can see and take control of my app. Now, I will stay disconnected of this service, it's too crappy.
To remote control your JDownloader instance you need the email and the password.
Choose a secure/long password.
In MyJDownloader tab you can see list of all connected clients
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