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anarchoi2

@distributel.net
reply to Juggernaut

Re: intruder in my network

I just disabled wifi on my router, and the intruder is still in my network !!! This is definatly a trojan or something.



Juggernaut
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Or, a bot.

I'd disconnect and work from another computer if possible. As suggested, see if you can download MalwareBytes to your drive, run it, and update it. Or, download MalwareBytes from a safe computer onto a thumb drive, and try to load it to your box that way.

If all else fails, go to »Security Cleanup and follow the instructions first.
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"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots." ~ Albert Einstein



anarchoi2

@distributel.net

I have just ran full scans of AVG, Malware Bytes and Ad-Aware. Everything should be clean, but there's still the intruder in my network.

I have tryed turning off my computer, then logging on the network from a laptop and the intruder is still connected to the network !!!! So it can't be a virus since my computer was off...

I don't understand...



Juggernaut
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Do a router FW upgrade lately?

At this point, I'll bet the router has been breached someway, somehow. Try a different router, and see what happens.
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"I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots." ~ Albert Einstein