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#1 SirHelpPlox

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Posted 08 February 2014 - 02:03 PM

Hey, I've got some questions...
1. If i'm getting DDOSed/DOSed is there any page/program that could show the "logs", or something where I can see the DDOSer's IP adress and so on?
2. How to get rid of DDoS? How to block it or something?
3. What else could I do if proxy,DDoS protection programs doesn't work? 
Except calling my provider.

 

Another questions I have they aren't about network but still..

1. Is it possible that somebody can see what I am doing on my computer without keylogging me?

2. If no, how could have someone keylogged if I didn't click any page from the person, any link, didn't watch a video or so?

3. What can I do if he indeed see what I am doing on my computer?

Please help me. Thank you a lot.



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Posted 26 February 2014 - 02:21 AM

Hey, I've got some questions...
1. If i'm getting DDOSed/DOSed is there any page/program that could show the "logs", or something where I can see the DDOSer's IP adress and so on?
2. How to get rid of DDoS? How to block it or something?
3. What else could I do if proxy,DDoS protection programs doesn't work? 
Except calling my provider.

 

Another questions I have they aren't about network but still..

1. Is it possible that somebody can see what I am doing on my computer without keylogging me?

2. If no, how could have someone keylogged if I didn't click any page from the person, any link, didn't watch a video or so?

3. What can I do if he indeed see what I am doing on my computer?

Please help me. Thank you a lot.

in order you asked them

1. If you are in a DDOS attack, then by going to your router, and enabling logs you can see what is moving in or out.  Better question is WHY do you think your being attacked?  Its very unlikely that a single person would be attacked by multiple devices at once.  But if could happen.  Also most firewalls in your antivirus program have controls to log, enable or disable ports and to see traffic.  There are programs called packet tracers, but you have to know how to use them and what they are telling you.  A IP address is no good unless you know what IP address you should be seeing.  Its not as easy as getting a IP address, and typing it in to google and getting someones name.  Again contact your ISP (internet service provider)

2. You cannot get rid of a DDOS attack, if its indeed that.  You just have to lessen its damage.  Here is a zdnet guide on DDOS

3.  Again, you have to contact your provider or enable multicast to allow your ISP to see it and deal with it

 

1. Yes.  There are all types of maleware out there that can do everything from steal your info, turn on your webcam, and record your sound. 

2. N/A

3. So you know who it is? Or think you know.  Hacking is a crime in most countries.  In the USA you can contact the Department of Justice or your local Police. 

 

Overall, I think you do not have a DDOS attack going on, unless you see a ton of network activity on your computer.  But you have to know what is standard and what is not.  What I would recommend is the following

  • Go to the malware forum on our site.  You do this by first going here, to read how to post and where, what and when.
  • Then follow the post link to post to our virus forum.
  • Please wait, do not do anything to your computer unless a forum, Malware expert, or Moderator tells you too.
  • They will make sure your computer has no virus, malware on it, and help you secure your computer.
  • Only work with one person at a time, DO NOT go to different sites and get help there too. 

Good luck and please stick with the antivirus experts, they help a lot of people, and it can take a few days to get to you, but they are as good as it gets.


CZARBOOM 
 
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#3 Sneakycyber

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Posted 02 March 2014 - 09:29 PM

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