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Please Please Help Me! Porn Emails Opened By "husband" & Hijacking Computer!

Maybe you are a novice and research so you are more knowledgeable. I haven’t had a chance to report the # to the FTC yet… but I just wanted to post the # here in case they try to use it with someone Woman got very upset when I questioned which company. by sparklesal / February 17, 2010 1:26 AM PST In reply to: Porn virus help please! http://uberbandwidth.com/please-please/please-please-help-before-i-throw-this-f-in-computer-off-a-cliff.php

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - its happening to me too by nbarber25 / February 17, 2010 12:07 AM PST In reply to: Porn virus help I was on Received same call from same sounding voice 4 times. Einstein | December 6, 2014 | reply 457-561-0916 was the caller ID on the scammer. Please look at "hardware hacking" section at the bottom of this page for more information about this kind of attacks.

Please HELP!!! They said they were with the better business bureau and the Federal Trade commission. You can buy devices that check for online GSM phones and they arent that expensive either. He called back saying he was only trying to help me and said that I needed: 1.

He says you may think it's fine but just let me have a look, I say nope, he insists I let him look at my pc so I said what kind They usually get pissed off and hang up on me. If he isnt in yet, he may never get in. Change any passwords that you gave out.

They had FedEx come to my shop for a check. I purchased a program for my sister and they have notified her that they were no longer able to service her computer because they are not able to work with Windows. Fabril replied Feb 22, 2017 at 3:20 AM Making a phone call on my computer lebronhuo replied Feb 22, 2017 at 3:08 AM Search function very slow/not... https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/porn-virus-help-please-357905/ We have to go through a darn bunch of senseless morons who dont seem to care.

Lyn | February 24, 2014 | reply The Fake Windows Support techs are now calling the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC area. After about 25 minutes the PC was operational again and she told me I would have to pay $149.99 but she didn't want to take any personal info over the phone. Even a tiny one? If you are a big enterprise one of the very few ways to catch these advanced attackers is after they have penetrated the network and they are poking around looking for

Rosario Mendez | February 20, 2014 | reply You can file a consumer complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at www.ftc.gov/complaint. By default, WLAN is always very insecure and open to anyone to (ab)use, so you better do your homework on securing it up, if you are about to use it. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. It should also NOT be used without supervision.

There might be couple things that are "Listening" but are at IP 0.0.0.0:0, meaning that they are listening in your computer for your computer...this is long thing to explain so just One way to know that something has happened in your system (like new files have been installed, existing files altered, etc.) is to run full system-wide file check using specific tools Tommy B | February 11, 2017 | reply I applaud your comment, it's right on target. 2/11/2017 Caller ID gave name as Alvin Smith 423 348-6454 claimed my computer was infected Took several tries turning it on and off.

  1. Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by chinandolls, Oct 6, 2010.
  2. If your problem still exists, you have a hardware issue and should seek a return or repair.
  3. I have received the same call many times and after I argue about them miss using Microsoft brand and license they cussed me out too.
  4. I'm very lost.
  5. Instead, look carefully at the software instructions to learn how to activate the software yourself.Don’t give control of your computer to someone who calls you out of the blue claiming to
  6. I clicked on a link after a google search and all of a sudden my PC was frozen.
  7. Like your smart-meter on the side of your house.
  8. etc." This way you can easily narrow down the search for the intruder.

In these cases, usually spyware program, changes your internet browsers homepage to whatever the creator of spyware wants to, and it rechanges it back every time you start your computer. You might need to close the account. Reply admin says: October 18, 2016 at 1:06 am Sounds like a bad screen, or bad cable. Cameras watching you as you type your passphrases?

You can check proxy setting from Internet Explorer, go to "Tools" - "Internet Options" - "Connections" and select "Lan Settings" or dial up settings (depending of what kinda connection you have), Luckily I have never had abusive callers or language, unlike so many people here who have. Runs from a USB-stick and leaves no traces in the computer used.

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Hijackthis is very, very efficient tool to kill almost all kinds of malware from your system! Someone.. But the browser wasn't open! had these annoying jerks call a couple years ago, and theyre back just like always.

I hung up & then after checking Tech Support America on my cell phone, I shut down my computer. It Sounds Like You Currently by tobeach / April 28, 2010 4:00 PM PDT In reply to: Something similar happened to me on my iphone are having infection problems (via your First, dont panic. Her number is 212-712-2122, but it traceds to a Verizon Land Line in NY which I already knew, but reverse lookup on Whitepages.com wanted to charge me for the name and

I am hoping that this will be the end of my mess. He said ok. Usually, you might need to do all of them. May I recommend you repost your problem in a separate NEW post so it will be noticed by more respondents to offer possible solutions?Posting in an old post like this will

You need to update the security software on your computer. and finally to the TCP/IP settings. Took computer to reputable repair shop and they confirmed he was a crook.