About a week ago I did a fresh installation of Windows 7. This computer does not have a CD-drive installed, and so I used my own created ISO to install it over Windows XP SP3 Professional.
Since that time, my World of Warcraft account and the email associated with it have been repeatedly and repeatedly hacked. Just about every night. Every night I log in to see that
A. My account's password has been changed.
B. My email password has been changed (I can still access it via my other merged email)
C. My email is no longer attributed to my account.
I've managed to recover, lock, and unlock the account many times in the past week, sending in various information such as my security question and even a fully filled-out recovery form with an ID scan attached.
And every time I get my account back, I lose it just as quickly again.
I have tried just about every credible and available anti-malware program I've ever heard of. McAfee, AVG free, Spyware Doctor, Spybot S'n'D, Superantispyware, and just last night I ran a full scan with Malwarebyte's to see that I have 0 infected files. Nothing can find this thing.
The damndest thing is that this spyware seems to be attached to my network, not just my computer. 3 days ago I tried to change my information via my laptop which I rarely use, and my account was STILL compromised. I left my network homegroup with this computer but that was in vain as well. Still nada.
I'm sorry if I seem disorganized but I'm at my wit's end and this isn't exactly easy to explain.
Basically, it seems like whatever I'm doing is being watched, whichever computer I use, and nothing seems to help.
As promised, here is my Hijack This Log