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  1. Last week our network was hacked into by an unknown party. Our firewall was open for remote connections to allow a firm that is performing major upgrades to our Microsoft Dynamics ERP software. Prior to this project, I set up a VPN connection on our Sonicwall firewall device and both myself and the local office of the firm doing the upgrades were able to log in successfully. However, the firm doing the upgrades has a team doing much of the work from India. The folks in India insisted they were unable to connect via the VPN and had to use a much less secure route. Yes, this should have been a major red flag, and I was very reluctant to allow this and suggested that I send them copied of the VMs and they work on them there, and return them when complete. Nope, we can't do that, so yes, the fool I am, gave in and allowed unsecured access. While I can't prove who logged into system, I can tell you that they used credentials that only myself, and the above firm knew. You decide ! Last Tuesday, one of the office staff tells me at 6 am that she can't get into her exchange mail and I go to log into my system to take a look and would get disconnected after a few seconds, over and over. I finally log in as the administrator and see someone logged in as me from a client that was not ours. I quickly ran to the server room and pulled the internet feed. I found they had left open multiple windows on a couple servers running commands and changing firewall rules. I also found they installed an IP scanner on one desktop and had it open as well. They successfully installed ransomware which wiped out a couple of our servers that I use for backups. Thankfully, they didn't get to all of the backups and tapes, and I was able to get us back up in a day or so. One thing that I found disturbing (well, even more disturbing) was that they uninstalled our Malwarebytes Endpoint agents, allowing the damage to be done. So, here is my question, can the Malwarebytes protection be made uninstallable or unable to be disabled by anyone, even administrators without a unique password, or special code specific to this purpose only? If not, maybe this is something that can be looked at.
  2. I got an email on winter from a ”Save Yourself” hacker which found one of my passwords. He hacked all my accounts, Battle.net, Steam, PS4, but he didn't hacked Google or Facebook. I restored my PS4 account with a hard work and on monday, I will try to restore the others two. I've enabled 2FA for Yahoo, Google, PS4, Facebook etc. I've found that I was hacked this may, but I didn't notice the mail. Today, I've checked the spam and found a guy telling he would post videos with me doing ... I have never doing that so I am not stressed, but after 4 hours I got the same email. I know his IP from Steam email address change. I found that he lives in Russia. How to report him to prevent people getting hacked by this guy? I know his bitcoin wallet btw. Please help.
  3. Been dealing with this for some time now. Just did a fresh reinstall yet again - Ran windows update and it said MDM is managing your orgizations updates and something about forcing me into using windows insider updates, All the security certs are fake - at least most of them, Was removing them them the hacker locked me of MMC. Yet Im on the admin account. I have run multiple antivirus and anti malware programs it never finds anything I am at a complete loss of what to do to get rid of this malware. Also it has windows update install really really old updates like my video card driver it installed was from 2017 - when I tried to install the up to date one it just fails. tried it in safe mode without networking also still failed. Any ideas suggests, any help whatsoever would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Have an odd situation. My MalwareBytes Premium is repeatedly showing blocks for an inbound IP address (we'll call it 199.99.9.9 for example) on port 53. I am running this on a personal 2008 server that does have MS DNS running and the server is behind a Cisco router that has an explicit ACL deny for 199.99.9.0/24. I've scanned the inbound connections on both the router and the server and do NOT see that IP address connected nor does the access-list show any matches for that IP being denied. Still, MalwareBytes is repeatedly blocking that IP about 50 times every 15 minutes. Any ideas where I should be digging deeper?
  5. I have been targeted by a hacker ever since i discovered a group vicitimizing kids online and threatened them to tell he police (im 17 mself and the hacker is also young). A couple of months ago i knew nothing about malware removal but boy have i gotten a lesson and now im not bad. ive been able to beat eveyrthing she has thrown at me (and omg are some of these tings unreal) but svchost has totally schooled me. i have tried everything and i mean everything. it wont even let me nuke the hard drive because it has blocked me from effectively accesssing the bios. This example of svchost looks legit because it is actully saved in system32. But it uses hte nternet 24/7 even after i disable all the things that windows does online in the background. it allows her accesst to my comp even when in airplane mode. When i wrote a rule against it in the firewall it wreaked havoc. sometimes it doeastn allow me to delete it and soemtimes i get the blue screen. it has corrupted the permissions window so that i had to repair it before taking ownershio of it. The one time i managed to remove it using iobit it was back in seconds. She has used it get a betteer idea of where i live and to turn on m cam. One day i was having an argument wtih her on messenger and she took control of my comp to move some windows araound to make a point (we actually are on decent terms -- i objet to who she works for more than who she is and i think this has saved me a lot of grief). She also tracks me using the trojan and will disrupt my online activities. in fact if i walked away from this post to eat or something there is a good chance it would be gone when i got back and that i would have trourel accessing this forum. .in fact, i hope you have an awesome firewall beacuse she wont think iwice about hacking you and posting a bogus reply to this. she would prabably make a joke of it. This thing has put me on a leash. i hope you can help. im in your hands.
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