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Dec
12
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
@FrankThomas I'm not sure what those steps entail. The teamviewer logs show access from IDs I don't recognize, so I'm currently thinking that's the attack vector.
Dec
12
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
At the moment I'm pretty sure they got in through teamviewer. The password I had on my account was old and probably got picked up in one of the many website leaks. So far no scans have turned up anything suspicious, so that's good.
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
I'm now thinking they got access with teamviewer. I pulled the logs and need to check them. So far no scans have turned up anything suspicious
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
@dxiv true, but I was on my work computer and would have noticed someone remoting in, assuming that's what they did
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
I do have teamviewer installed so I can remote in and help the wife with stuff. No one else has physical access. Out in the country so anyone trying to get on wifi would need to be in the driveway.
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
I added the suspicious activity, in case that helps. I'll definitely run those scans. Running Malware bytes in safe mode now and it hasn't found anything.
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
@Paul added some details
Dec
10
comment Computer possibly hacked. Now what
@FrankThomas I added details. Wasn't the wife, she doesn't use iTunes or need $600 in gift cards for it, and the child is 3. Possibly someone over wifi, but we live in the country and someone parked in the driveway would have been noticed.
Aug
24
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Yeah, I'm actually not sure where I'd get a windows 98 cd from. We skipped from 3.1 -> 95 -> ME -> XP -> 7
Aug
23
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Wont be home to really test it for a while. Thanks for all that. I'd upvote you again if I could for all that typing.
Aug
23
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
C:\>fdisk /? 'fdisk' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Aug
23
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
I figured it out. I put the /f after /delete the first time. Then I put it after the UUID and it said it worked.
Aug
23
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
I get this: "C:\Windows\system32>bcdedit /delete {466f5a88-0af2-4f76-9038-095b170dc21c} This entry cannot be deleted unless the /f switch is specified on the command line. Run bcdedit /? for more information. Access is denied." bcdedit /? doesn't list the /f flag, and it doesn't work if I try putting it in there.
Aug
23
comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Yeah, that's pretty much it. I had stuff on HDD 1 that I wanted to keep, but I wanted to free up the room in Windows and Program Files that weren't going to be used any more.
Jun
7
comment Why is there no Safe Mode option on my XP startup screen?
Ah, that did work... now what?