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Remote Access Monitoring Trojan?


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#1 Scene68

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Posted 13 April 2014 - 02:33 AM

Hi I am inquiring information from just about anyone that is experienced in this area of expertise in regards to all of the remote access backdoor programs that can be viewed by another person on a different computer. I have been dealing with someone I know personally that has been attacking my computer consistently mainly able to view or monitor what I do on my computer offline and I am guessing online but mainly "offline" is my concern.

 

Now I have been speculating this individual is somehow able to hack my computer through perhaps my Network Service or Remote Procedure Call considering the RPC does not contain a password. For some strange reason they are able to know when I log into my computer, before I log off, what programs I am opening etc. even with it being password protected (which I believe they are sniffing my passwords). Now mind you this occurs when I disable all my network adapters and when I have active network adapters installed (i tested out both) to see mainly if the RPC is the culprit source as to how this person has been purposely invading my privacy. I have all the remote access/desktop functions disabled, I have telnet, etc disabled anything with a remote connection. I am constantly changing my passwords which I am tired of and reinstalling windows from scratch makes no difference because this individual is extremely determined to stalk me. 

 

So with all that information I have been looking into computer investigators to assist me to get down to the basics (which I probably will still intend to do) but is there any sort of resourced program that can scan any open remote access ports or programs being occupied by an attacker who's intent is to view my resources on my PC without my consent? I do have MalwareBytes installed and am using Zone Alarm for the firewall. But I have this strange feeling those 2 programs are getting bypassed to whatever is in on my computer for that individual to do their remote stalking. 

 

Perhaps disabling some non play and plug drivers? My options are on the table if anyone reads this please respond and give me some advice on what I can do. Thanks :)



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