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ohjar

join:2013-02-27
Edmond, OK

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New to the forums so hello! My computer has been acting weird lately and I've had a bad experience with hackers(to make a long story short my comp was being used as a sword by a guy in anonymous"have poof") I've been monitoring my netstat and this pops up all at once(screenshot). should i be worried?

EDIT: sorry for picture quality


trparky
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That hardly tells us anything, we need to know what programs are initiating those connections. Local ports, remote ports, PIDs, executable names, etc.


NormanS
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reply to ohjar
said by ohjar:

EDIT: sorry for picture quality

Copy, paste, and code blocks. And the "Foreign Addresses" and process IDs; like this:

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Norman
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HELLFIRE
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reply to ohjar
Try "netstat -abn > file.txt" and post file.txt up for review.

If you're thinking you're still being hacked, you definately want to do the above and write to a new file periodically for
review / comparison.

Regards