A girl claiming to be from craigslist emailed me and said she was interested. She sent pics, the scan didn't pic up on anything, I downloaded them. They were all .jpg files, and I figured only .exe or other weird extensions would be viruses or the like. After sending pics back and forth, I wanted her to prove she was real, and send I wouldn't send anything else until she did. She then said "That's fine..." and attached was a photo I *think* came from my computer. I haven't been able to find the photo in question on my computer, so it may mean they TOOK IT from my computer somehow, or some other explanation may be to blame.
For now, I'm assuming very bad hack. This is alot worse, because I do my banking online. While I know they have secure servers, I had some credit card info saved in temporary files I think. So now, I'm on my roommate's computer, I took my hacked computer offline, I'm running AVG Anti-Virus, Malware Bytes, and Spybot all at the same time, I deleted all my internet files (I pretty much only use chrome), and I obviously deleted all files related to the incident.
I found out after how easy it is to get someone's IP from a Yahoo email, so I saved one of the emails in case I want to trace back to the person doing this.
So, where you nice, nice people come in. I want to be able to confirm whether or not I've really been hacked, and if so, how far I need to go to get unhacked. My laptop is running Windows 7 Ultimate.
Edited by tristenkw5, 31 October 2010 - 11:13 PM.