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Originally Posted by Masta Squidge View Post

I am not certain of anything.

And I am telling him to do it, because it is an optional feature. Does IE backup your passwords so you can just log in and access them from another device? Because chrome does. If the others do it, and he uses it, then all the person needs is the gmail password, and everything stored in chrome becomes visible with three clicks.

Heck yeah man, and in that case, it'd get real rough, REAL fast. I certainly hope that isn't the case.

-Donny
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If he has a key-logger shouldn't he also get a new keyboard?

Can never be too safe you know.
damn bro.. wheee.gif

OP hasn't replied yet so guess he's gone whistle.gif
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99% of the time just deleting the partition, a quick reformat, and reinstall gets rid of it.

Of course you are right though, that is the correct and most proper way to be damn sure. Just that most of the crap keyloggers and trojans are not that sophisticated. They are just quickie viruses made and distributed to catch a couple hundred wow accounts or something.

If you really have a good virus, one that you can't get rid of very easily, chances are you won't know its there either.
The point was that he would scan twice then reinstall which totally destroys the point of scanning it.
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If he has a key-logger shouldn't he also get a new keyboard?

Can never be too safe you know.
maybe is we had a non noob hacker on our hands and a FPGA based keyboard (which start at like 300 euro) then you might wanna wipe that thing too.
But replacing your keyboard is just a waste.
post #45 of 46
RIP OP. It was nice to know him.

Someone probably got a RAT on his PC. (you can observe and control the whole PC if needed). It doesn't have to be someone you know who infected you, might have been completely random person that gets the rush from messing with other peoples systems. I know some guys who infected random people with RAT's then opened shock sites on victims PC while recording their reaction from their webcam.

Also scanning might not even find anything. Some better trojans/keyloggers/RATs are often undetectable.
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Hey, guys,

Someone has been tampering with my computer (PC). Not only has my e-mail address' password been changed, but all the accounts linked to the e-mail have now had their password changed. Thus, I cannot long into Twitter or Facebook, but thank God my OCN account is safe biggrin.gif Along with the accounts, information such a debit cards and Paypal subscriptions have been (possibly) been accessed. Nobody in my house is spiteful enough to do such a things, and I have no real enemies in my personal life who know how to hack (at least to this degree). I've tried to recover my e-mail but unfortunately I don't remember my security question. I've also been failing the "test" that Microsoft performs when you can't remember your information. The reason why I know its a hacker is because of this simple event:

I was casually messaging my friend and suddenly, out of nowhere, the hacker types a message for me: "hacker here" from my account. At this point, I though my keyboard was haunted, I then regained my senses and realized that I was being hacked. While in the Skype chat, the hacker asked for another e-mail address in my name. After multiple threats, I eventually handed the hacker my other address and we both called it a day. Now, I have no social networking, no Paypal account and no e-mail address.

I would really like some advice as to what I should do at this point, and also what I can do to prevent this person (and anyone else) from doing this again. It may sound stupid but my entire life evolves around the internet and its websites and facilities; this is what I would call a "fatal blow".

Any help, whether useful or not, will be given +REP to.

You got to be kidding me.... You simply gave him/her extra info?

Get a linux live cd for cases like this. If you ever get some account stolen from you, boot with live CD into linux and change your passwords/recover stuff. Then format and reinstall windows.

How to prevent stuff like this: Don't download suspicious files / get some virtual box kind of program to run them in if you really want to mess with suspicious files lol.
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post #46 of 46
Is it just me, or did he miss a golden opportunity to ask why he is doing this?

I personally believe this is someone you have pissed off. Friend or sibling, someone who has access to your computer. They could easily gone on your computer, looked at your saved passwords and did the rest from wherever. The "hacker" was doing this to be an ass. If anything its just some 14 year script kiddie; Any professional wouldn't announce themselves.

I wonder if it would be possible to track down the person. Call up support and get access to your account, and find out the last IP address logged in and when. From there, you should be able to find their ISP. It would be interesting if you could get any information from them regarding the IP Address. You may need to tell the authorities the ip address and which cites they accessed, and they may approach the ISP to get the users info.
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