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My Network Level Infection and it's Junta of problems.

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#1 Rich W

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:22 AM

Dear Bleeping Computer Community please find enclosed just a small sample of one of the posts I made at F-Secure antivirus company's forums. Someone over there decided a good way to help me was to send me links to the US's computer cyber security task force etc. Then I followed that advice but, that was in no way what I was dealing with. It is consistent remote control of every computer in the house and most importantly the internet connection. The most obvious way I have seen now is finally through my own work is that someone keeps enabling telnet and SSH on the DD-WRT firmware I have on the router I installed. Had I not done this I WOULD HAVE no idea that when the computer shuts down many times it often states please wait for the network client to shutdown? I am perplexed is in to what network client? Then I took a look at the router logs and that is when I saw all the connections for and how so many software programs always kept connecting through this IP address even my Kaspersky software. The questions is what do you do about a network infection and how do you fix it?


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