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Do my computer was invaded?


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#1 Victor2K

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Posted 29 May 2018 - 01:44 PM

Well, posting here because I am here nearly to a chaotic state

 

I came home to use my PC, but when I pressed the new PIN thing W10 asked, it gave me it was the wrong number. I tried it again but no avail. I changed the PIN password, but that got me a bit of suspicion.

 

Went to look at the Service Logs if someone used my computer and I looked that 'Kernel-General' turned on the PC while I was away. I am very afraid that someone invaded my PC, but there is no trace of different software, weird files here or any kind of weird sites at my brower History.

 

Should I feel really afraid? Or it something that I might not be feel put off by?



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