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Help...hacked through 4 different routers!


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#1 sickofhackers

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Posted 18 August 2013 - 03:14 PM

The title sums it up.  I have done a system restore on 2 laptops, three times each.  I have had remote settings turned off. I have also deleted any software that would leave an open port....truly left nothing and deleted a lot that was installed.  I most recently (after the last system restores) got a static IP address and new router. Bam....It took a mere 12 hours to be completely locked out of my router again (and that is being plugged into the ethernet.)  I NEVER used the wireless this last time, although it was broadcasting. The Internet Service Provider can't log into the router either. Thankfully, the last time, I only connected one of the computers to the home service.  I have one laptop that has been connected to a Hotspot.  It seems clean at the moment.  Thanks to my Internet Service Provider...no real tracing has been done...

 

RogueKiller continually finds registry errors.  Occasionally, Norton finds a small something. But nothing major.  After doing restores, I go in an MAKE SURE that no remote services are on or can start even manually. AND now they are back. I read today about a powershell script that can change a bunch of stuff. I am finding that the system time is being moved forward, then back.  I am still finding evidence (Event Viewer) that there are still remote connections booting. 

 

AGAIN, these have been taken back to FACTORY condition, with NO saving of files or programs! Any other ideas???? How do I shake these morons and the malware they are installing!?  Will I ever be able to access my internet again from my other computer!? Are they still on the one I am on right now?

 

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Thanks for the help on a 3 month ordeal!

 

 



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Posted 18 August 2013 - 03:28 PM

Forgot to mention.  This person is deleting print drivers, locking many admin features, uninstalling programs,  installing random keyboards, where the "M" in particular is unavailable, so I can't access the command prompt. They deleted Picasa 3, which is where my screenshots would automatically be saved.  When I re-installed this program, the print screen didn't work. I was able to open paint and paste it there. I installed SoftPerfect Wifi Guard early on in this mess and could tell that someone was causing an IP conflict.  Then I got the computer I am on now online, and pulled the battery out of the other laptop.  WiFi Guard showed that it was still connected.  LOL.  Yeah, then I knew it was a serious problem.  My passport paperwork was signed and saved to my desktop. Grrrrr.

 

Okay.  Thanks again in advance.  

 

 



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