Solved A known hacker/ID thief either hid or access-denied all file

July 18, 2015 at 19:58:14
Specs: Windows 8 & 8.1
This person, taking online Microsoft college classes, stole 2 of my PC's, made herself network administrator of my remaining 6 PC's, accessed my bank account, stole my $165,000 inheritance, hid or access-denied all of the files on all computers & all spare HDD's I attached, caused everything to crash, & when law enforcement refused to believe me, poisoned me, put me in the hospital fighting for my life, and while I was gone, stole all of my possessions & heirlooms and left my home bare. I had taken the PC's and HDD's to the hospital with me, and one understanding officer retrieved the 2 stolen PC's, which have most of the proof I need to convict the perpetrator. If I can now unhide/remove the access denied attributes from all the other HDD's, I can prove my case to someone. How can I do that?

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July 18, 2015 at 23:08:51
Take or send the drives to a professional data recovery service - - but you may need a bank loan to pay for such a service.

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July 19, 2015 at 01:19:42
I wonder who's the Thief .....

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July 19, 2015 at 02:59:50
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If you are genuine (big if IMO) then you should not under any circumstances mess with your hard drives. This will totally invalidate them for any forensic purposes and mean that the culprit will never be convicted. You may well have already contaminated any evidence.

You have to leave this in the hands of the authorities or a laboratory that can be trusted. As you state that the culprit is a known hacker they should have no difficulty in dealing with your case.

In any case we could not possibly tell you how to access data that you are denied access to. Giving this sort of information on a public forum would be irresponsible as it could be used for nefarious purposes.

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July 19, 2015 at 07:21:25
Some questions about what you wrote......

1. ..made herself network administrator..

Is this your wife or girlfriend?

2. stole my $165,000 inheritance...


3. I had taken the PC's and HDD's to the hospital with me...

Name the hospital that allows patients to bring in stuffs other than clothes.


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July 19, 2015 at 07:27:13
Why do you have 8 PCs? Were they used for a business?

Bypassing or removing the logon password is very simple; a quick google search will show you the way. And once logged in, the user pretty much has free reign to change things, encrypt, password protect, etc. If you were stupid enough to save your banking info in a folder or store your login credentials at the online banking site because it was too much of a chore to have the enter them, you made it extremely easy for this person. We don't have enough of the details but it doesn't sound like any extraordinary hacking skills were used.

So who is she? jilted lover? ex-employee? pissed relative about the inheritance? Regardless, do NOT tamper with the evidence. Let the authorities handle it. And why hasn't she been charged with the poisoning? Do they think you poisoned yourself to put the blame on her? And why are you even posting about this stuff in an open forum? Something is very fishy about your story.

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July 19, 2015 at 15:49:36
If this story was anything like true then you wouldn't ramble away about it in detail on a public forum. If you are on something then it isn't doing you much good.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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