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Gmail/Battle.net/Aol Hacked

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#1 burtonbrdr


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Posted 15 November 2010 - 06:13 PM

This past summer in May, I had my Battle.net account hacked and they had also gotten the registered e-mail information and kept changing the password. I contacted Blizzard and had the email changed and password changed and then ran AVG antivirus (free) as well as Malware Bytes. It found quite a bit and removed everything but it seems it has happened again. My gmail account was hacked and this morning woke up to a changed password and mass spamming of all my contacts with an email advertising something. I ran Malware again and it found 1 file and AVG found nothing. I also per recommendation downloaded Comodo Firewall. Just wanted to get some "professional" help to make sure I'm clean and what I can do in the future to prevent this. Thanks for your help!

EDIT: Running Windows 7 Home Premium

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#2 burtonbrdr

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Posted 17 November 2010 - 11:18 AM

I'm sorry for the bump...but it just got a bit more serious. Whoever is doing this got into my college stuff this morning and changed my name and have tried to do stuff with my classes. I just got off the phone with the school and told them to basically freeze any activity until I clear my computer up. Can someone point me in the right direction please??

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 04:15 PM

Sorry for the long delay.

Have you ran any antivirus scans on your computer?

Also generate a tcpview log from the instructions in this topic:


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