Yesterday I spent most of the day offline unable to connect to the internet.
During the investigation of this I found that my DNS servers were almost constantly being changed. I run a network monitor program 24/7
Granted it is not the greatest but it showed allmost constant changes of DNS.
Looking further in the logs I found instances of repeated connections to a Great Britan IP of 178:255:83:1
This resolved to a ocsp.comodoca.com furthresearching that there was some reference to this being a rouge part of comodo.
That was disconcerting enough but the actuall connections were something else again. They were queerying and receiveing data that I never knew could be accessed remotely.
Detect_low memory; Detect_Detect backup; Detect_lowdiskspace_us; Detect_lowdiskspace_ex_us; Detect_windows old and other similar. Logs confirm that data was transmitted and received at the corresponding times. Nearly double upload to download.
Further checking I have been sending out a lot of data to akamie servers also for most of last week.
Now this one everyone may need to check their logs on. In Microsofts official win 10 forum there is a large discussion on how legitamate that company may be.
A simple web search brought me to this information as well as a link to the Microsoft win10 discussion. Make your own judgement call.