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Has my computer been hacked?


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#1 AliceInWonderland200

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Posted 29 June 2016 - 12:12 AM

Hello everyone,

I think I'm having an issue with hackers, but I want to find our for sure. I was doing a netstat check and found 2 unfamiliar names listed on my system under the "foreign address".

I have 2 firewalls running - Bit defender and Eset, but the hackers still got through. I get free internet through my apartment so I have no control over the router settings.

I've done a number of antivirus and malware scans and some PUM files were found but nothing else.

I also have a antikeylogger installed and a MAC address changed. Could these hackers be getting in through the network router? Here is what showed up in netstat: (Note the unfamiliar PC names "DANDC and FELIX-LOPEZ")

https://s31.postimg.org/ovlrhkwej/IMG_20160628_222140.jpg

Thanks

Edited by AliceInWonderland200, 29 June 2016 - 12:24 AM.


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