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Hi my name is Dan! And have h. ad an absurd amount of remote hacking issues


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#1 dfred2300

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Posted 18 August 2017 - 10:35 PM

Hi guys my name is Dan I am from MA, I need some help to fix an issue with my computer / network.  It's way over my head, but that is what I came here for, and I can explain a little bit in this forum section.

 

Hi as stated previously, I have had an absurd amount of networking issues, I have had to format my computer 5000 times, purchased vpn's encrypted everything bit locker, file vault, you name it.  I live next door to my parents and our routers are stuck in bridge mode, thus creating an even larger network, and it never goes away. I have zero admin rights or permissions on my Mac, pc, or any phones or computers for anyone in our network.  I've gone through at least 30-40 emails because constantly they get changed or the dual authentication phone number is changed, and I can't access it.  I bought a brand new ASUS computer and I was told access denied to the c drive, I logged into the hidden admin account still denied, and then somehow then admin account I was using was no longer an admin account it got every single privilege taken away. I am CLUELESS.  I have network monitors and it says I have an ARP and Man in the middle attack, thus why I have 10 devices showing when I only have 3 lol. Anyways any help from an expert trust me cuz everyone else I bring this to either geek squad or staples laughs and says "I took networking, that is impossible" Really? well you race who ever is remotely shutting off my pc while I type my bit locker password in, until after the 10th remote shut down I type it in quick enough and tell me that isn't a hacker. 



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Posted 18 August 2017 - 11:21 PM

Hi guys my name is Dan I am from MA, I need some help to fix an issue with my computer / network.  It's way over my head, but that is what I came here for, and I can explain a little bit in this forum section.

 

Hi as stated previously, I have had an absurd amount of networking issues, I have had to format my computer 5000 times, purchased vpn's encrypted everything bit locker, file vault, you name it.  I live next door to my parents and our routers are stuck in bridge mode, thus creating an even larger network, and it never goes away. I have zero admin rights or permissions on my Mac, pc, or any phones or computers for anyone in our network.  I've gone through at least 30-40 emails because constantly they get changed or the dual authentication phone number is changed, and I can't access it.  I bought a brand new ASUS computer and I was told access denied to the c drive, I logged into the hidden admin account still denied, and then somehow then admin account I was using was no longer an admin account it got every single privilege taken away. I am CLUELESS.  I have network monitors and it says I have an ARP and Man in the middle attack, thus why I have 10 devices showing when I only have 3 lol. Anyways any help from an expert trust me cuz everyone else I bring this to either geek squad or staples laughs and says "I took networking, that is impossible" Really? well you race who ever is remotely shutting off my pc while I type my bit locker password in, until after the 10th remote shut down I type it in quick enough and tell me that isn't a hacker. 

 

Do you have admins acces to the router ?

 

Try read this and check if you router ir protected.



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Posted 19 August 2017 - 12:38 PM

I do have admin of my router, and my parents if I want too. It's next door I can go right next door, but for a fact my network is being remotely controlled, I have screenshots of ip addresses in the router logs remotely logging in, I traced down ip's in different states connecting to my computer and network. It doesn't matter how many times I change the router password, they can get back into it like they are watching my screen.  I have had the mouse and screen move on its own, plus the other day somehow they took all privileges away from the hidden admin account, and when ever I make myself owner or give myself read and write access on my Mac the computer freezes on restart.  My Mac straight out of a format is part of an active directory windows work group, and their is an "administrators" group which controls it, I just do not get it. Nor understand how to make it go away.



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Posted 19 August 2017 - 01:28 PM

What you state sounds very unlikely. In any case, you already have two topics and Pimptech, who is currently a malware removal trainee, is not allowed to offer you assistance with this issue in any case. :)

 

For that reason I will lock this topic.


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