[SOLVED] My network is hacked for sure. I want to reinstall but it will be hacked again.
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Is everyone convinced that this was a serious post? The style suggests (at least to my very warped mind) either:
a. A joke (taking the piss) or
b. A bit of trolling
As I said, it's really hard for me to take this post too seriously.
Yeah, those thoughts did cross my mind, but I've also been in threads that started in a similar panicked manner that ended up being a real question.
XD ! Are you serious? It seems more like a hardware failure XD!!!!! You just need iptables in your computer, and being sure about no one has physical access to it.
ndarkduck, please don't resurrect dead threads. Also, please refrain from giving advice on necessary security measures when you have no idea what the person's security requirements and threat/vulnerability levels are.
The OP hasn't been online since August. I'm closing this thread.