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Hello I recently had my computer hacked into , the person was talking to me using popup's and even was able to move my mouse and open my cd drive.

ive cleaned my computer up , using malwarebytes and avira anti virus , both are free versions. If I bought the full version of malwarebytes what would be the advantages? would it prevent people from hacking into my computer?

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Hi -

With the paid version of Malwarebytes you would have an idea of the IP of any hacker trying to access your computer - That is the IP blocker module -

Also if you are sure someone is using your controls then disable Remote Access from your programs and ensure you have no programs like Team Viewer installed -

Read the item Here to see the full details on the paid version protection module

Thank You - :lol:

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Thank you 2 , for your help. You couldnt imagine how scary that was, the person talking to me with popups and clicking things on my computer. I believe i wanna buy the full version. If I do can I install it on any computers in my home? thx again for taking the time to assist my questions. ttyl

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You need 1 licence per system and volume licensing is available.

Save 10% on single license today:

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html

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