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What was the program?
Razer Black Widow Macro recorder went nuts

It started clicking randomly and typing random crap.
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Razer Black Widow Macro recorder went nuts

It started clicking randomly and typing random crap.
thats what screwed up both computers?
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Razer Black Widow Macro recorder went nuts

It started clicking randomly and typing random crap.
Leave it to Razer and their horrible software -_-

What happened to the other computer though?
    
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This story is getting fishier by the second...
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Nothing says the Razer program couldn't have been hacked in some manner.
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Razer Black Widow Macro recorder went nuts

It started clicking randomly and typing random crap.
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BUT, that does NOT explain the LAN access attemps from a wide range of IP's, and the way those IPs tried to connect to the open ports on the system.
Unless you were getting these attempts regularly prior to this incident the issue is still suspect.
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How old is the software you installed? Razer's drivers were infected with malware a while back http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/secu...-with-malware/
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Nothing says the Razer program couldn't have been hacked in some manner.
The program recorded every single mouse click and every button for an extended period of time, and then every time I started Windows, it played back those actions. The reason I became suspicious is because it started typing out some things I said in a chat earlier in the day.

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Unless you were getting these attempts regularly prior to this incident the issue is still suspect.
I was, but rarely.I also ran a server, so people connected to it too, but I stopped the server a whole ago.

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How old is the software you installed? Razer's drivers were infected with malware a while back http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/secu...-with-malware/
I always download the latest version from their website.

So, I'm glad that it turned to be a wild goose. I'd rather have no virus and spend time than actually have one and have to reformat. Thanks guys.

Special thanks to Spooony for being very helpful
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The program recorded every single mouse click and every button for an extended period of time, and then every time I started Windows, it played back those actions. The reason I became suspicious is because it started typing out some things I said in a chat earlier in the day.



I was, but rarely.I also ran a server, so people connected to it too, but I stopped the server a whole ago.



I always download the latest version from their website.

So, I'm glad that it turned to be a wild goose. I'd rather have no virus and spend time than actually have one and have to reformat. Thanks guys.

Special thanks to Spooony for being very helpful
lol
pretty funny if you think back now

note to self: make sure macro key recording programs dont' record unwanted keyboard strokes/commands
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lol
pretty funny if you think back now

note to self: make sure macro key recording programs dont' record unwanted keyboard strokes/commands
Protip :Make sure you don't accidentally recording a huge 2-day continuous macro that plays back every time you start Windows
Edited by srsdude - 5/19/11 at 6:51pm
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