|" I shut down the firewall and the security center. shut down wmi but the folks at microsoft have now forced on the sharing files in my shstem because the firewall is off."|
False conclusion, as are a number of your other comments. This maybe your perceived experience but this isn't how computers or Microsoft works.
For example turning off the windows firewall does not, never has and never will result in file sharing being turned on. It was turned on when file and printer sharing were installed.
To be protected you need to do the following;
be behind a router/firewall. Never be raw [public ip like you get if just connected to a modem] on the internet.
practice safe computing [to understand this more learn about social engineering]
use https connections when doing banking/financial stuff
Have one software firewall and one antivirus/spyware program [more is not better]
Keep them updated.
keep your pc maintained [ chkdsk /f, disk cleanup, delete programs not being used, run defrag...]
Be computer literate [means getting on the internet and learning about the risks and how to mitigate them]
Best of luck
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