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    Post by Admin on Sun Feb 03, 2008 2:27 pm

    If you run a large network or ecommerce site, click here for help. If
    you are an advanced user engaging in hacker wargaming, click here. For
    a list of sites where you can get information or join email lists to be
    alerted of the latest discoveries of ways to break into computers,
    click here. If you are a home user, read on.

    1. Stop using Internet Explorer and make the switch to Firefox, it's more secure, plain and simple.
    2. Get Spybot Search and Destroy and immediately update it.
    3. Get Adaware SE and immediately update it.
    (Use both as a 1-2 punch on infected client computers and between the two there's not much they won't kill)
    4. Update your antivirus
    5. Boot into safe mode and run all three scans
    While the scans are going check your registry (Click start --> Run
    and type regedit to get intot he registry) and look in
    HKEY_CurrentUser/software/microsoft/windows/currentversion/run &
    Verify that all programs listed are legitimate and wanted.
    7. If or when your antivirus scan comes across anything, search for that file name in your registry and delete it.
    Use explorer to go to the windows/system32 folder and sort by date. If
    you haven't already done so, make sure you can see the entire file
    names. click Tools --> Folder Options and unclick the box labeled
    "Hide extensions for known file types" and under Hidden files and
    folders click "Show hidden files and folders." However, make sure you
    choose "Hide protected operating system files" so you don't
    accidentally remove anything that would cripple your computer.. You are
    looking for recent files with names ending with .exe and .dll that look
    suspicious. Major culprits will have gibberish names such as
    9. Once you can get clean scans in safe mode,
    reboot in normal mode and scan all over again. If you can't get a clean
    scan in regular mode then you have something more persistant that could
    take more research.
    10. Make sure your firewall doesn't have strange exceptions.
    If you suspect anything that is going wrong with your computer is the
    action of a stalker, on a more secure system change all your passwords.

    12. If your system has been specifically targeted and hacked you
    can never be 100% sure that your system is no longer compromised so
    start with 11, make backups of personal files on the infected system
    and format and re-install Windows.
    Good luck!

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