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#1 GregoryDCook

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Posted 06 April 2016 - 12:48 PM

Someone has been hacking into my computer for about a year.

 

I think they access through my network. I cannot access my network for they keep me blocked from it. A cell phone will almost always show up in my network. How do they get in there in the first place. They must get my IP address and go from there.

 

Even if I disconnect my computer from the network a cell phone will still be there blocking my access. We store all of our company documents in the external cloud drive. Even if I can map to the external cloud drive they keep changing the IP address for the cloud drive every time I get it remapped.

 

Is there any way I can stop these people from doing this. It's like a game to them but they have cost the company hundreds of thousands of dollars.

 

We've asked a number of internet security companies but they have no answer. We have AVG now trying to find a resolution.

Would any of you have any suggestions how to stop them or perhaps networking software.

 

Thank you

Gregory Cook



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