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Someone is intruding or intruded into my labtop?


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#1 vjsesarachin

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 03:41 AM

Hello,

I've been concerning for a while. When I go in public, people whom I really don't know start looking at me and gossiping about my confidential stuff that I store only in my hard drive. 2 days ago, my chrome's extensions disabled themselves while I walk away from the Notebook which was connecting to an unsafe network of my boss house (I had no choice but connect to the network which I set it as public in my windows 7 pro) and they re-enabled back before I came back to see the monitor. I know this because when extensions in Chrome are disabled and re-enabled, their original places on the bar would change its location, when I came back to my Notebook, all the extensions were messed up.

What should I do to confirm that someone hacked my notebook and how can I check if their are some Trojan/backdoor left in my notebook. I had run and saved a dds log and gmer log into my desktop but the forum description suggest that I should not post it here. So, what should I do?

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