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Very disturbing conversation with a hacker.


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#1 ItsmeLane

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 05:04 PM

I am on a friend's laptop making this post because I unplugged the internet to my main PC.

What happened was I was just browsing on yahoo sports and my screen went black while I was reading a article. I thought that it was just my screensaver kicking in so I just moved my mouse a little. In just a matter of seconds I realized it was not my screen saver and that about half way through the screen on the left side in white letters was Message: _ with a blinking _ Up at the top appeared a message Ze Haxor: Hai And I typed whos this? and Ze Haxor: random hacker 7 Ze Haxor: awesome huh? Ze Haxor: mind if i take your passes? I then unplugged my internet. CTRL ALT DELETE. And opened up applications. The screen was still blinking black. I saw a javaw.exe with 83K memory and ended the application and the black blinking stopped. Right now I have spyware doctor running a full scan and am at 3% but so far nothing. Any advice?

Edited by Budapest, 20 June 2010 - 05:12 PM.
Moved from XP ~BP


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#2 rosiesdad

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 05:45 PM

I would run every known antivirus/malware/online scan I could find to be sure.. Dont forget to look for rootkits. (google to find a good scanner)
In the end, it actually may be nothing but a prank, but play it safe. You might even go online and change passwords to important sites.




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