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I'm very suspicious that my network is being hacked

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#1 gmKevinHNgu


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Posted 21 January 2016 - 12:26 PM

Last night of 01/20/16, my family member and own internet was having low bandwidth while playing csgo. It was odd because, speedtest.net showed my internet being fine, and we were the only ones on the internet in the house; with the TP-LINK Archer c3200 and ASUS PCE AC68 combo(the band I'm using is set to ac only), I'd think that there should be no connection issues between those two parts. Next morning, I discover that I cannot connect to the internet using the password for any of the 3 bands. That was right before I had to leave for school, and I will be at school until at least 3:45 pacific time. My computer uses windows 10 64-bit. We use centurylink's vdsl 2, w/ 25 mbs. Please help as soon as possible and thank you in advance. Wireless admin was allowed for the router as we don't have a portable pc with an Ethernet port.

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Edited by Platypus, 21 January 2016 - 12:42 PM.
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