Someone hacked my computer from Yahoo answers

May 26, 2011 at 03:34:04
Specs: Windows Vista

A week or two ago I was on Yahoo answers and this guy posted a question about what picture he looked good in or some crap like that.

Then I noticed he basically posted the same question again and again in the same category. I didn't think it was suss after that... but put it out of mind. I didn't think about it again. Then a few minutes ago. I was reading some random article and I clicked on the URL bar and his picture randomly came up on my screen. I remembered who he was.

This is the photo that came up...don't click on it if you shouldn't....

Then after that I put the url that came up on my screen in the Yahoo answers

these are just the ones that didn't get deleted.

And I felt so stupid to see that the same pic and question was posted several time already under different accounts and many other stupid girls have been answering back...Is this person (or people) known already? I'm positive I'm not the only person who got hacked. Who do I report them too?

Lastly, there is nothing of interest on my computer really. I did use a credit once.but it is no longer active. Was this what the person/s was looking for or they just wanted to spy? I only have random artworks and stories, music..a few personal photos of family etc. I've been planning to buy a new computer soon anyway. and I want to use a usb to trasnfer some of my files onto my next computer will doing this allow for any potential virus to spread? Also will i havve to get new accounts...or could he/they only see on the screen what I could see. i don't know how it works...

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May 26, 2011 at 06:21:31
Yahoo answers has a report abuse link on their site but I don't think your PC was hacked. Clear the history & cache & you'll be fine.

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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May 26, 2011 at 14:48:31
So I was freaking out for nothing? Phew! What a relief, thank you :)

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