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  Reply # 478084 5-Jun-2011 21:02
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I think if you want an answer try installing a decent mainstream AV product trial and doing a scan with that. Also does networx show which apps have made a connection? Try downloading process explorer to see if you can work out if anything suspicious is running




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  Reply # 478087 5-Jun-2011 21:04

If it was a keylogger, wouldn't it be detectable in the task manager?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 478099 5-Jun-2011 21:32
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robbyp: If it was a keylogger, wouldn't it be detectable in the task manager?


 
 
this is the taskmanager screenshot. nothing look suspicious at all. 

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  Reply # 478104 5-Jun-2011 21:50
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robbyp: If it was a keylogger, wouldn't it be detectable in the task manager?


Not if it was even semi decent.

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  Reply # 478162 6-Jun-2011 09:55
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This is process explorer here - which is much more powerful than the task manager:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

This is also built by the same guy:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897445

Be careful to read all the docs for the rootkit revealer. Most keyloggers will not show up as a standard process.




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  Reply # 478266 6-Jun-2011 17:29
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Try Nortons 360 comes with Identity Protection is a good security suite.




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  Reply # 478284 6-Jun-2011 19:06
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casewindow: This is process explorer here - which is much more powerful than the task manager:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

This is also built by the same guy:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897445

Be careful to read all the docs for the rootkit revealer. Most keyloggers will not show up as a standard process.


well thanks but try it.. nothing there.
might just decided to format it

Kaos36: Try Nortons 360 comes with Identity Protection is a good security suite.


oh well. don't think that will be help.
decided to format.

even today!
4 attempts from the hacker trying to hack my yahoo & gmail.
4 Account Recovery emails 3 from yahoo 1 from gmail.

yahoo-account-services-nz@cc.yahoo-inc.com 6.52a.m
Google Account Recovery at 6.05pm
yahoo-account-services-nz@cc.yahoo-inc.com 6.05p.m
yahoo-account-services-nz@cc.yahoo-inc.com 6.30p.m

he/she try to recover it from using my forget password with the secret question.

really fed up.

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  Reply # 478298 6-Jun-2011 19:36
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Might be abit late but do you have Malwarebytes. Never surf without it!

http://www.malwarebytes.org/








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  Reply # 478302 6-Jun-2011 19:44
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Kaos36: Might be abit late but do you have Malwarebytes. Never surf without it!

http://www.malwarebytes.org/






yes i do have that
got spybot n malwarebytes
on the morning when it got hacked n did the full scan after i recover my accounts.

seriously.. nothings has found at all.

i do have the hacker ip that i found on the gmail login account activities details
it is 223.255.22x.xxx
try to locate it.. confirm it is come from indonesia

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  Reply # 478333 6-Jun-2011 20:35
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Have you checked your browser proxy settings to make sure that there isn't a rogue proxy configured in there?





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  Reply # 478355 6-Jun-2011 21:39
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casewindow: Have you checked your browser proxy settings to make sure that there isn't a rogue proxy configured in there?



yes check ntg there
another attempt again

On 06 June 2011, at 20:45, your account activity shows that you tried to recover your account password for Yahoo! ID xxxxxxx. You may reset your password on 07 June 2011, after 20:45 by answering the secret questions you chose for your account.



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  Reply # 478361 6-Jun-2011 22:04
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Silly question, but do you lock your computer with a password? Physically check the back of your computer to make sure there isn't some kind of hardware logger on there.

Otherwise it'll either be someone is guessing your password each time or you've got a virtual keylogger or malware on there.



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  Reply # 478366 6-Jun-2011 22:09
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kyhwana2: Silly question, but do you lock your computer with a password? Physically check the back of your computer to make sure there isn't some kind of hardware logger on there.

Otherwise it'll either be someone is guessing your password each time or you've got a virtual keylogger or malware on there.


nothing on the back of the computer just basic cables for the mouse n keyboard n speakers n monitor.
nothing strange there.

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  Reply # 478373 6-Jun-2011 22:24
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pinkydot:
casewindow: Have you checked your browser proxy settings to make sure that there isn't a rogue proxy configured in there?



yes check ntg there
another attempt again

On 06 June 2011, at 20:45, your account activity shows that you tried to recover your account password for Yahoo! ID xxxxxxx. You may reset your password on 07 June 2011, after 20:45 by answering the secret questions you chose for your account.





 

Does this not answer your question?  They are guessing your secret question answer it would seem..

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  Reply # 478374 6-Jun-2011 22:24
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pinkydot:
kyhwana2: Silly question, but do you lock your computer with a password? Physically check the back of your computer to make sure there isn't some kind of hardware logger on there.

Otherwise it'll either be someone is guessing your password each time or you've got a virtual keylogger or malware on there.


nothing on the back of the computer just basic cables for the mouse n keyboard n speakers n monitor.
nothing strange there.


Just to be 100% sure, pull out the USB cable for the keyboard. Is there any "in-between" device on the end of the USB cable or at the USB port on the computer?

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