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Hello, I'm relatively new here. I recently reported some info about a tech support scam in which the scammers were trying to get into my bank account. It's been a couple months since it happened and I've gotten 21 calls from several different people and phone numbers, all trying the same scam. As if I would change my mind and give them access. I've increased my security but I still have concerns. The scammers got nothing from me, and I lost nothing, so for one they might be trying something more devious to get back at me for wasting 3 days of their time. When they call they li
I started working your team in Feb they asked to to run a few programs and send them the data. The hackers always prevented me from accomplishing this. It has been the roughest 10 months since then, going through a total of 34 laptops, 6 smart phones , 4 tablets, 2 Mac and 2 PC desktops, 1 iPad 1 iPhone 5 and now 2 chrombooks. I kept telling my father of these attacks and he not having any computer experience had me committed to a mental health institution. After months of being forced to take and injected with psychiatric medication I finally conceded to the Doctors that it was all in my head
Whats the state of Linux malware for home users but particularly for enterprise servers. I mean look at how many websites have been hit by Blackhat hackers over just the last few months and how many of those websites run on Linux or Free BSD even home users are at higher risk now, though still nothing compared to Windows home user malware infections so why aren't there more antimalware solutions for Linux would something like MBAM/MBAE help fend off all these exploits from happening so often to enterprise websites & perhaps assist Linux home users against malware exploits as well.
I did make this post under a different name but i didn't really give any info on what exactly was happening. Well one thing you should know is the mbam pro trial has been activated, not sure how that happened but last night it started blocking a lot of different ip's and i believe some were the same! i print screened one so here is an example.. Successfully blocked access to a potentially malicious website: 22.214.171.124 Type: incoming Port: 56717, process: pmb.exe some were also svchost.exe i found a list of the ip's so here they are 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 77