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This hacker should be in jail

August 24, 2013 at 18:53:04
Specs: Win 7
This hacker does the following:

- He can see conversations I have on the internet, Facebook, Twitter ect.

- Likes to play games; he would somehow go into myvodafone account and make it so my home address would be blank, even if I would re-enter it countless times.

- I would get kicked off the internet repeatedly. Nothing wrong with my computer or ISP -(thoroughly checked this)

Done a complete format of my hard drive. I have the antivirus, antispyware, firewall turned on always.

I'm lost for words. This is beyond illegal, hacking websites?

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August 24, 2013 at 18:58:15
"Done a complete format of my hard drive"
Make sure when you reinstall, you delete ALL partitions & format to NTFS.

W7 - Click on > Drive options (advanced) Then highlight each partition & hit > Delete.

Here are some examples of why you delete all partitions.

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August 24, 2013 at 19:04:24
"- I would get kicked off the internet repeatedly"
You have been compromised, did you change all your passwords, including your router.

Change your router password if it is not strong or still uses the default one.
Hack lets intruders sneak into home routers

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August 24, 2013 at 19:06:44
1: Download & run Unhide
To run Unhide, simply download it to your desktop and then double-click on the Unhide icon. The program will open a black box and start making the files on your fixed disks visible again. Please note, that this program will not unhide removable drives like flash cards and usb drives as the FakeHDD rogues do not target these types of drives. Once it has finished, the program will display a Windows alert stating that your files have been restored. You should then reboot your computer for all of the settings to go into effect.
Copy & Paste the contents of the log. Let me know if it doesn't produce a log please.

2: Reboot

3: Please download and run ListParts by Farbar (for 32-bit system):
Please download and run ListParts64 by Farbar (for 64-bit system):
Click on the Scan button.
The scan results will open in Notepad.
Copy and Paste the contents into your reply.

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August 24, 2013 at 19:08:07
I use mobile broadband(USB stick).

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August 24, 2013 at 19:51:21
Thank you for your replies it has given me some idea how he is doing this but then how would you explain "hacking the myVodafone website"?

message edited by ghettomonkey13

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August 25, 2013 at 01:29:13
If all that is really happening and is due to a hacker then it sounds like you've been personally targeted and it's probably someone you know. Otherwise what's the point? It's no fun messing with someone you don't know.

But remember, not all computer problems are due to enemy action. There may be more mundane explanations for a dropped internet connection and an account that doesn't hold your address. And social media like facebook and twitter aren't the most secure ways to communicate. Are you sure you were sending 'private' messages?

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August 25, 2013 at 16:12:10
Yes agreed it is a personal attack and I *think* I know who it is.

The internet connection that keeps dropping and the home address that won't keep aren't a coincidence. He has done similar stuff like this before, nothing serious... just likes to play games to show what he is capable of.

I'm just shocked how on earth is he doing this without being detected by a firewall or an antivirus ect.

I guess he obviously has my IP address and since each website "logs" each IP he is knows what I do?

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August 25, 2013 at 17:16:22
TV and movies have popularized the notion of the 'super hacker' who can break into even the most secure sites with little effort. But most of the time a hacker just acquires passwords through personal contacts--doing maintainance on the computer, installing keylogging software on it or sometimes just by asking for the password. Once he has the passwords he can log on to sites as the other person.

Go ahead and run the scans that Johnw recommends. If everything comes up clean or you are able to find and remove any malware, then change all your passwords. That's not a 100% foolproof fix but it comes close.

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August 26, 2013 at 13:46:46
An example:

I would try to view someone else's Facebook profile and it would say something close to "Page cannot be displayed, either the page has expired or you don't have permission to view it ..."

They would be genuine FB profile's. I would go onto a friends computer, log on to a different FB account and would NOT get this message.

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August 26, 2013 at 14:18:45
That could be a problem with your browser--probably the security settings. You could try lower the security level or even install a different browser.

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August 26, 2013 at 15:12:31
It means my IP address has been blocked...

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August 26, 2013 at 15:34:49
Yes it could mean that or it could be a browser/security problem. I think that's more likely if it's a browser error and not FB error. Does it happen on all FB profiles or just the one? Have you checked the browser security settings? I imagine you're the kind of person that would have them set pretty high.

Sometimes IE pages on my computer give a similar error but I hit refresh and it usually is OK. Sometimes it errors out when loading because I've got too many other pages running. Sometimes a page doesn't load because the date on your PC is way off and that causes an IE error saying the website's certificate is invalid.

You might be completely right but we can't fix that. Just run the scans Johnw suggests and then change all your passwords.

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August 26, 2013 at 15:56:44
I know we can't fix this, well really we can't fix this coz I've done everything you told me to do but I would like to ask of an explanation to how this hacker is doing all this?

There are way too many unusual things and coincidences happening...

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August 26, 2013 at 19:29:20
I can't say for sure but my guess is he got ahold of some of your site passwords. Once he has those he can do anything on the site that you can. I mentioned some possibilities on how it was done in my # 8 but that was just some general stuff. Maybe someone with more knowledge will post in and give their ideas.

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August 27, 2013 at 02:25:04
Actually I don't know how to block someone's IP address on Facebook so my profile appears to them as "Page can't be displayed coz .... you don't have permission to view it."


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August 27, 2013 at 17:37:44
I think someone can block other FB user from their page but I don't know either how it could be done without the page owner's permission.

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