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Tools That Help Keep Your Computer From Becoming Hacked

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jastolze

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K, I've noticed some of the people on here are computer hackers. In case one of them says they're going to hack you (which, 99.9% of the time they're just talking to be talking) here's some ways to help stay protected. Also, over 90% of people who have a PC have no idea that they have at least one threat lying somewhere on their computers.

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1. No Script: The ultimate form of computer defense: Stops clickjacking attacks by disabling all java/flash on any page. You can enable it from the options tab for a site that you trust. http://noscript.net/

2. Web of Trust: Completely blocks any page with a negative rating(s): http://www.mywot.com/

3. Adblock + Pop-up add-on: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/adblock-plus-pop-up-addon/

4. Super Anti-Spyware: IMO the best anti spyware ever! It also scans for tracking cookies: http://www.superantispyware.com/

5. Zone Alarm: An amazing firewall: http://www.zonealarm.com/
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I use all these plus more, and I'm satisfied and know that I'm not infected with any crapware. Use these to your benefit. Hope this helps some of you non-techie people out there!

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Good post, helpful for everyone. I was thinking about making something similar to this, but didn't feel like it >.<

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@ArkaZeen wrote:Good post, helpful for everyone. I was thinking about making something similar to this, but didn't feel like it >.<
The night he posts this someone was remotely controlling my PC.....
However it happened I dunno but thnx for the tools
I DOWNLOADED EVERY SINGLE FUCKING ONE

jastolze

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FRiiZYDuDE wrote:
@ArkaZeen wrote:Good post, helpful for everyone. I was thinking about making something similar to this, but didn't feel like it >.<
The night he posts this someone was remotely controlling my PC.....
However it happened I dunno but thnx for the tools
I DOWNLOADED EVERY SINGLE FUCKING ONE
Do you have a webcam? You should disable it if your PC is being controlled by a bot. Or just put some tape over it. I remember back years ago when I was hacked, some dude was watching me using my own webcam.
Edit: You should download # 4 and 5. They can help remove it.



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@jastolze wrote:
FRiiZYDuDE wrote:
@ArkaZeen wrote:Good post, helpful for everyone. I was thinking about making something similar to this, but didn't feel like it >.<
The night he posts this someone was remotely controlling my PC.....
However it happened I dunno but thnx for the tools
I DOWNLOADED EVERY SINGLE FUCKING ONE
Do you have a webcam? You should disable it if your PC is being controlled by a bot. Or just put some tspe over it. I remember back years ago when I was hacked, some dude was watching me using my own webcam.
Edit: You should download # 4 and 5. They can help remove it.
LOL
All I had is a microphone
Whoever was doing it when I went to stop it in Task-manager he would just close it
So I ended up pulling the plug
He opened up a load of websites and stuff and closed anything I was doing........
Luckily I didn't have a Webcam but had a mic and when I saw on a sit I plugged it out immediately
It was some svhost.exe in system32 so wether my Windows folder is infected or not I don't know
I will do clean install just to be safe ;)

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svhost is a computer file, is it not?

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jastolze

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@ArkaZeen wrote:svhost is a computer file, is it not?
Yes. Svchost.exe is a file, and can be disguised to look like any other file. 99 percent of PC's have like 6 or 7 running in the background at the same time. It's normal, too. I have like 11 running now. They also all open to the same place in the system32 folder.

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