My ex girlfriend hacked my computer again. The first time she sent me email and I opened it but did not click on the link its self.. Just hovered my mouse around it and all of a sudden my computer was remotely accessed and could not get her out of my computer.. She managed to shut down windows after syncing my entire computer to hers. She also changed passwords to everything.. Good thing I saved all my files and folders to a back up flash drive.. anyway after this happened I did allot of research on hacking and how to prevent this in the future. She hacked my computer again last week.. only this time I was smart about it.. Good thing I did research.. Soon as my computer started acting funny. High CPU Usage.. The WiFi single at full strength and windows closing on there own.. permission access denied errors.. I shut the wireless switch off.. unplugged the internet and put my laptop on airplane mode.. Then started windows in safe mode using and clicked on my kaspersky.. Noticed she even gained access to my kaspersky settings.. Messed with all the settings.. So what I did was reset all the default settings and unblocked all the programs she disabled like advanced system care pro.. etc. so then I did a scan with kaspersky and figured out that she used a Keygen to hack me this time.. shes clearly getting better at hacking.. I attached a copy of what kaspersky found on this post.. My Question is.. How do I get proof its her. I need proof so I can show authority's.. She used C:\Windows\Setup\Keygen.exe the Object name is HackTool.Win32.KMSAuto.i After finally removing the hacking software.. I got a huge mess left behind.. Still don't have access to some programs.. So if anyone knows how to find her I.P address or get any proof at all that it was her that remotely accessed my computer.. please let me know.. also how do I stop getting Error messages saying access denied and Permissions back ? I don't even have permission to do a system restore or turn on windows security defender .Thank you for your time.
Edited by LeeOttawa, 15 July 2017 - 10:02 PM.