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Discussion in 'General Security' started by valsdaughter, Feb 6, 2008.

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  1. valsdaughter

    valsdaughter Thread Starter

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    hi can anyone tell me how to use these and also how do i make sure someone is not accessing my pc remotely. The reason is that my view for folders change all the time as well as my taskbar. and i can actually hear clicking of files when i am idle
     
  2. Squashman

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    Well, I highly doubt anyone is accessing your computer thru VPN or telnet. Would help to know how you access the Internet and if you have any routers, firewalls and antivirus running.
     
  3. valsdaughter

    valsdaughter Thread Starter

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    i have a belkin wireless g and yes it is password protected. I also have mcafee virus scan, zonealarm security suite. the reason I think someone is getting in is my cursor will move on it's own. without me even using it, i was across the room and heard the clicking sound like when i click on files. also i actually saw the cursor move to cookies and then i watched to see what was happening and they whom ever it was, was dragging and dropping one cookie file into another(example) ebay cookie was being placed into the yahoo cookie. and also i went to my hyper terminal and saw the ip 10.xx.xx.xx so i clicked on capture receive and watched info flow. any idea
     
  4. valsdaughter

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    sorry I forgot to tell you that i access the internet wirelessly. I am the only person who uses my laptop.
     
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