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Please file a complaint on this player using the tools on your console and block communications with the player so he cannot continue to contact you.
I'm being threatened to be "hacked"!
Strictly speaking, you cannot be "hacked" on Xbox LIVE; that is to say no one can forcibly take your information from our servers. Please make sure that your WLID and password are both strong and secret. Do not share this information with ANYONE! Also
remember that no Microsoft of Xbox employee or support agent will ever ask you for this information.
If you file a report the following user that is giving you trouble will not know that you have filed a complaint on him he can not hack you just keep all you info like email and password keep it private.
Also the worst he can do to you is a DOS or a DDOS attack in case this happens these are the actions you can take.
Denial of service (DoS) or Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks
If you play games on Xbox LIVE, you could experience a denial of service (or DoS) attack or a distributed denial of service (or DDoS) attack. Such attacks may render your device (that is, your Xbox 360 console or your computer) temporarily
unable to connect to the Internet or to Xbox LIVE.
If you have an Xbox LIVE account, your Xbox 360 console could experience a DoS attack or DDoS attack from another Xbox LIVE account. DoS attacks and DDoS attacks are sometimes used as retaliation between Xbox LIVE gameplayers.
If you think you've experienced a DoS or DDoS attack, we recommend that you reset your Internet router and contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you know who initiated the DoS or DDoS attack, you may also want to submit
a player review to Xbox LIVE and avoid the attacker in the future.
More info on these DOS and DDOS attack can be found
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