Unauthorised access to my PC



Violated
07-09-2005, 10:52 PM
I updated my PC yesterday with a new hard drive and had to re-install Windows
XP onto the new hard drive. Well, as soon as it finished installing and
booted back up with just the basic security features and security updates
installed, someone gained access to my entire system and they continue to do
so at thier will even though I have tried to stop them. I installed all the
security updates from Windows Update and made sure the firewall is turned on
and it didnt even slow them down. Then I got the Microsoft Management Console
up and running and its recorded so many security breaches that it makes me
sick. Most of them say that they are coming FROM MICROSOFT. Can someone
please help me stop them from raping my PC at will......I'm starting to feel
pretty violated. What else can I do to keep them out!? Isn't this illegal
for anyone to do? Cause my next step is
going to the law. I have lot's of documented proof in text files and
security .log files.

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No Justice

Emil Kvarnhammar [http://www.ynax.com]
07-09-2005, 10:52 PM
Hi!

Sounds like your'e installing the pc while connected to the internet and
that
viruses/worms are attacking your computer before all the security updates
are
installed.

Were I live, it's impossible to install the computer
while connected. The computer gets attacked by worms etc. immediately when
going
online.

My recommendation, that always worked so far is:
Install WinXP with service pack 2, with your network cable unplugged.
Turn on the firewall, and install antivirus-protection before plugging the
network cable back in.
Run Windows-update when you've connected to the internet. Until all updates
are
completed, don't run any web browser or e-mail program.

regards
Emil Kvarnhammar
http://www.ynax.com

"Violated" <michaelaholloman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:8B783A83-ABB1-4457-A0D6-DEC9AF856FF6@microsoft.com...
>I updated my PC yesterday with a new hard drive and had to re-install
>Windows
> XP onto the new hard drive. Well, as soon as it finished installing and
> booted back up with just the basic security features and security updates
> installed, someone gained access to my entire system and they continue to
> do
> so at thier will even though I have tried to stop them. I installed all
> the
> security updates from Windows Update and made sure the firewall is turned
> on
> and it didnt even slow them down. Then I got the Microsoft Management
> Console
> up and running and its recorded so many security breaches that it makes me
> sick. Most of them say that they are coming FROM MICROSOFT. Can someone
> please help me stop them from raping my PC at will......I'm starting to
> feel
> pretty violated. What else can I do to keep them out!? Isn't this illegal
> for anyone to do? Cause my next step is
> going to the law. I have lot's of documented proof in text files and
> security .log files.
>
> --
> No Justice

Phillip Windell
07-09-2005, 10:52 PM
I think your interpretation of things is totally wrong.
I think you are seeing normal behavor and frieking out because you don't
understand what it is.

Which MMC? What "security breaches?" According to who?

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Phillip Windell [MCP, MVP, CCNA]
www.wandtv.com


"Violated" <michaelaholloman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:8B783A83-ABB1-4457-A0D6-DEC9AF856FF6@microsoft.com...
> I updated my PC yesterday with a new hard drive and had to re-install
Windows
> XP onto the new hard drive. Well, as soon as it finished installing and
> booted back up with just the basic security features and security updates
> installed, someone gained access to my entire system and they continue to
do
> so at thier will even though I have tried to stop them. I installed all
the
> security updates from Windows Update and made sure the firewall is turned
on
> and it didnt even slow them down. Then I got the Microsoft Management
Console
> up and running and its recorded so many security breaches that it makes me
> sick. Most of them say that they are coming FROM MICROSOFT. Can someone
> please help me stop them from raping my PC at will......I'm starting to
feel
> pretty violated. What else can I do to keep them out!? Isn't this illegal
> for anyone to do? Cause my next step is
> going to the law. I have lot's of documented proof in text files and
> security .log files.
>
> --
> No Justice


Unauthorised access to my PC