Need some info

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  1. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    Can anyone tell me how a computer reacts when it's being hacked? Need some information..+ for general knowledge. Sorry im posting this here but i just feel like i'm being hacked by someone..
     
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  2. tcntad

    tcntad MDL Guru

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    Well.. depends on what the hacker is doing, but why would a hacker hack your computer? do you have military intelligence documents oO?
     
  3. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    dint get you? o_O i think my msn chat logs or my msn itself ;(
     
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  4. Stannieman

    Stannieman MDL Guru

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    Looks more like a trojan/virus/... than being "hacked" like in the movies. But I'm not a virus expert so I'm afraid I can't help much here. Did you do a virusscan? Maybe you can post a hijackthis log also
     
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  5. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    okay im doing it but what do i post here? like from my results from hijackthis?
     
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  6. alextheg

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    After you scan using hijackthis, copy and paste the logfile which you should get in a notepad window.
    I personally doubt you are being hacked but if you are really worried why not use Zone Alarm or Peerblocker.
     
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  7. killercat

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  8. alextheg

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    The log file does not show much to worry about. However there is one entry that does grab my attention......

    This looks like the remains of something you could have previously removed. Best bet is to run a malware scan but other than this i think you have nothing to worry about. ;) :D
     
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  9. alextheg

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    Also a good idea my friend. ;)
     
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  10. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    thank you :)
     
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  11. alextheg

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    Most welcome, post back here if problems persist. ;)
     
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  12. rupsd

    rupsd MDL Senior Member

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    is there any guide for analyzing the report of hijackthis?????
     
  13. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    Might I suggest you begin to learn how to use the program wireshark. You can watch any traffic on your network and any IP's that might be "after" you will be easily visable with that software
     
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  14. alextheg

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    Experience mainly would be the answer, although you can submit reports for analasys. ;)
     
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    rupsd MDL Senior Member

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    #15 rupsd, Jul 4, 2010
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    here??
    Well I like to learn.Don't wanna depend on others. :D
    And anyways if someone tries to hack my coms or lappies he will be wasting time only :p
     
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  17. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    #18 killercat, Jul 4, 2010
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    just to let you'll knowo_O i installed zone alarm and rebooted a few times cos it asked me too,once after rebooting my boot up got slow and laggy.i had to open task manager by pressing Ctrl.Alt.Del. and thought it would be better to uninstall it,my computer is better now but im still afraid of any kind of hack:(
     
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  18. killercat

    killercat MDL Member

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    ZoneAlarm Free Firewall blocks hackers from infiltrating your home PC by hiding your computer from unsolicited network traffic. By detecting and preventing intrusions, ZoneAlarm Free Firewall keeps your PC free from viruses that slow down performance, and spyware that steals your personal information, passwords, and financial data.

    * Essential firewall protection
    * Be invisible to others online
    * New interface makes it even easier - smaller size keeps it light
    * Systematically identifies hackers and blocks access attempts


    and and yes could anyone tell me what
    * Be invisible to others online * this means?:eek:
     
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  19. timesurfer

    timesurfer MDL Developer

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    If an attacker can't see your IP like in use of peerblock they can't see your packets thus what you are downloading or what sites you engage

    Usually a non-proxy vpn is how most stay "invisible" to anyone wanting access to your network traffic, etc...
     
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