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Somebody keep hacking into my computer - Intel AMT Enabled

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#1 Eyetri


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Posted 24 July 2017 - 01:56 PM

While typing documents Microsoft Office somebody keeps typing a single letter to destroy what I have typed.  Example: MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM 



Even when I just did that it seemed to get stuck and wouldn't stop until I kept hitting the space bar.


One day I noticed on startup that I got a message that read: Intel - "Active Management Technology Enabled.  To enable or disable Intl AMT, contact your authorized system Administrator.  Intel SA 00075 Detection Management Tool."


A few days later my computer said: "Desktop Restored" -- and it looked slightly different so I logged off and back on again and it returned normal.  It had also said: "You have logged on as another computer..." 


Another day a message asked me to complete my group networking by creating a password for my group, but I never requested a networking group.


I did eliminate group networking, and refused to make a password.  I also downloaded Crypto Prevent, Key Scrambler, and Bitdefender instead of Avast.  I also have free versions of Super Anti-spyware, and Malwarebytes.  I locked my desktop and have encrypted some of my files with passwords.  Since downloading Bitdefender I haven't noticed any interruptions with single letter shown above in my example, but when it was happening, it also happened when commenting on Yahoo news and showed up everywhere I would normally type.  I had to shut down my computer and restart to stop it.  Any suggestions as to what this might be?  

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#2 dicke



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Posted 24 July 2017 - 02:28 PM

If this is a desktop - try a different keyboard

if this is a laptop - carefully clean the keyboard

Stay well and surf safe [stay protected]

Dick E

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