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Hacker trying to communicate with me? Help!


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#1 Archtop

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 04:12 PM

Okay so my computer was very fast and nothing was wrong with it, then I restarted it one day and got assaulted with all these windows malware defense ads. Also, I could hear the pirates of the carribean theme song, a billy mays ad, and some cooking channel. (this has happened before but not as bad) I system restored, I did startup fixer, I ran malwarebytes, I ran an AVG scan, I ran spybot. It's still happening and now I can't open malwarebytes. I opened up my task manager to see what was running in the background. About 15 windows explorer.exe, about 20 svchost, and one certain process that struck me.

I can't remember what the process was called (as I have now shut down that computer and unplugged it from the internet) but the description was

"I really hate people who try and use anti-virus software, my least favorite is Eset, wbu?"

I don't even know where to begin now...

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 04:32 PM

I have windows vista, dual core @ 1.6 with nvidea 8600 and 2g ram, just in case anyone needed to know that




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