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Hey there,I would appreciate some help/feedback on a professional computer hacking issue targeting myself currently. My computer is under someones constant hacking surveillance, as if in on a direct joint-lan type of connection, and this has been going on for months. It is potentially government sponsored / White hat style hacking(?) so you can guarantee they know what they are doing, and could possibly be hard to undo(?)There are a few things I'm hoping you can help resolve. The main issue I wish to resolve is:1) The intentionally created sluggish nature of the operating system2) The intentionally created mouse pointer freezingand most of all...3) What I call the "Troll Cracks" / static interference with audio and video. Also intentional and intelligently designed.The static interference / troll cracks are intelligently controlled distortions in the audio of any music or video, which allow for the sending of 1 way communication. So for example, if you are listening to a song a certain segment of words in the audio may become distorted, thus highlighting a phrase or word. As I say, I stress the nature of this interference is intelligent - NOT accidental or paranoia. It has been proven time and again over months and months, and could only be performed by a person at the other end of this connection.All of this is deliberate, and the people orchestrating it are perfectly capable of returning the operating system to its normal function - as they have done so before upon request, but are refusing to do so for unknown reasons. They are able to see and read everything I do, as confirmed by the troll-cracks and other things...It is tied into X number of other online things that I won't go into now.Does anyone please have an idea how I can stop these arseholes / find out anything about them?Thanks,J.

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First thing to do is to disconnect yourself completely from the internet and then run through the various functions that you are describing and see if they still occur. If they do, then the issue is not from a 3rd party's involvement.

 

:) Y

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So as I was saying, about those online things.

 

They have access to YT admin controls. Not only is my computer under constant influence, I am being sent things that have relation to real-life events. In other words, there is no process of elimination needed in this, what I am telling you is fact. The issue is most definitely a 3rd party involvement. Potentially 4th, 5th and 6th.

 

What kind of authority is required to get access to Youtube admin abilities do you know? Any ideas on the above and first post would be much appreciated.

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If you're not connected to the internet in any way or fashion, then NO one else has control of your PC (unless they've been in your house and planted some "bug"). Make sure you're not connected via WIFI or ethernet cable and try Y kawika's suggestion. ;)

 

 

 

 

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Might also once disconnected, run an offline virus scan, see what results come back.

 

TBH, I have never come across this kind of attack, if it's for real.

 

 

One of the first things I would do, Is go to a friends house and using thier PC, change ALL my passwords.

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............ to follow up, if you are absolutely convinced that you have been fully hacked and compromised, then flush the rig.

Low level format and then a completely new and fresh installation of your OS of choice.

 

Severe root kits and truly stealth keystroke readers are serious issues and will need to be fully flushed to be removed and have the issue resolved.

 

:) Y

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Thanks for the input but, bugged was spot on.

 

This is a very rare incidence that does not fit any of the standard procedures. Yes, I am talking "Enemy of the State" film type scenario.What I am talking about is tested beyond doubt, you will just have to take my word for this - there is far too much info to explain. It does not require any testing or process of elimination - I've done that myself for many months, what I have told you is the fact of the situation. So please try take on-board what I am saying. Bear in mind I use a wired Internet connection, never anything Wi-Fi.I have now confirmed they are able to do it off-line also, with no Internet connection whatsoever. I am talking about intelligently answered things, questions etc through the troll-cracks time and again.Have you ever heard of what I described in my first post, specifically with regards to the intelligent controlled troll-cracks? I can provide some evidence if required maybe but, it's nothing more than what I've said. How on Earth can they manipulate the audio even when off-line and cables disconnected in real time?Any thoughts appreciated. I think getting any new system will be a waste of time too.

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I'd run a tracert and see where my connection was going, for one. Two, try connecting to/through a VPN like privateinternetaccess.com, unless you have your own VPN. Doing this will make a direct, HIGHLY encrypted connection to the VPN and then to whatever site(s) you're visiting that isn't likely to be ciphered.

 

What you're describing is a MITM attack, but unless you're someone uber special(this isn't intended derogatorily), I cannot see why someone would take the time to piddle with your connection.

 

Something else you may try is posting in the HJT section and let one of the trained Malware Specialist go through your PC w/a fine toothed comb.

 

Just my $.02

Tx

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There are a few things I'm hoping you can help resolve. The main issue I wish to resolve is:1) The intentionally created sluggish nature of the operating system2) The intentionally created mouse pointer freezingand most of all...3) What I call the "Troll Cracks" / static interference with audio and video. Also intentional and intelligently designed.

 

Sure is curious that with the severity of the compromise to your system that you are describing that these previously mentioned 3 issues are what concern you. Not once do you mention any concern for your data, privacy or identity theft, I guess that you have your reasons. ;)

 

No offense, but each of these could be caused by hardware/electrical fluctuations with the exception that you consider your audio and video issues "intentional and intelligently designed."

 

Curious turn of a phrase to post them as "Troll cracks" on a forum board.

 

Personally, I'd flush the system, but I've got a feeling that this may prove entertaining since you haven't followed through with anyone's advice here. Your move........... :popcorn:

 

:) Y

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Thanks for the input but, bugged was spot on.

 

This is a very rare incidence that does not fit any of the standard procedures. Yes, I am talking "Enemy of the State" film type scenario.What I am talking about is tested beyond doubt, you will just have to take my word for this - there is far too much info to explain. It does not require any testing or process of elimination - I've done that myself for many months, what I have told you is the fact of the situation. So please try take on-board what I am saying. Bear in mind I use a wired Internet connection, never anything Wi-Fi.I have now confirmed they are able to do it off-line also, with no Internet connection whatsoever. I am talking about intelligently answered things, questions etc through the troll-cracks time and again.Have you ever heard of what I described in my first post, specifically with regards to the intelligent controlled troll-cracks? I can provide some evidence if required maybe but, it's nothing more than what I've said. How on Earth can they manipulate the audio even when off-line and cables disconnected in real time?Any thoughts appreciated. I think getting any new system will be a waste of time too.

 

Unless you've found an actual "bug" there is just no way in Hades that anyone could control your PC if you're disconnected from the internet and have no WIFI. If you HAVE found a "bug", I'd remove it and smash it to smithereens, then disconnect from the internet and do a format and clean install of the O/S of your choice on your PC. From the description of the things you're telling us, I'd sure as heck do one anyway. ;)

 

 

 

 

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Let's see what's going on here before moving your topic to "Have I Been Hijacked?"

 

Download CKScanner by askey127 from HERE
Important - Save it to your desktop.
Doubleclick CKScanner.exe and click Search For Files.
After a very short time, when the cursor hourglass disappears, click Save List To File. It will appear that CKS isn't doing anything...it is, so just be patient!

DO NOT remove, or alter anything that the .txt log shows!

 

A message box will verify the file saved.
Double-click the CKFiles.txt icon on your desktop and copy/paste the contents in your next reply.

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Thanks for the replies people. I will consider your option TX but, knowing what I know it is most likely going to be pointless. MITM probably doesn't even cover the fun I'm having. Here's the report of that CKScanner anyway Maude:

 

CKScanner 2.3 - Additional Security Risks - These are not necessarily badc:documents and settingsjjpfavoritesstudying & researchinghealthdon't crack your neck!.urlscanner sequence 3.AP.11.MANAQI----- EOF -----

 

 

 

Sure is curious that with the severity of the compromise to your system that you are describing that these previously mentioned 3 issues are what concern you.

 

:) Y

 

Yes, not just curious, it's hilarious :rofl2:

Was just seeing if anyone had heard of anything like it. Here's an example of what it's like:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-RlsJ8MvEk

 

Keep an eye on the mouse pointer too.

 

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My computer is under someones constant hacking surveillance, as if in on a direct joint-lan type of connection, and this has been going on for months.

Considering the number of porn sites you visit .... I wouldn't be surprised that your computer is no longer yours. Posted Image

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Considering the number of porn sites you visit .... I wouldn't be surprised that your computer is no longer yours. Posted Image

 

I don't visit pornographic websites, so you shouldn't make such vast assumptions. That is also extremely offensive where I come from.

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