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Cyberstalked Since 2000 and Need Help. - Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Help - BleepingComputer

Hello all. I am seeking help against a hacker who has been harassing me online for the last 20 years. What this hacker keeps doing is annoy me. Using personal or recent information to let me know he knows what I have been doing. Changing my pc settings and even messing with my pc game play.

I have tried to do everything thus far to keep my system safe. Anti virus, update, don't open attachments in email. I know all that already. Yet this hacker keeps coming back. Even after formatting my pc many many times.

The police in the Netherlands are a joke when it comes to this case. So they can't help.

In a few weeks, I will be getting a new connection and a new pc, and I am seeking answers from people here who have advanced understanding on hacking.

1. I have an external hard drive. In it I got videos and pictures. An archive of videos I edited on YouTube and templates I use for video editing. Now I am not intending to connect this HD to my new pc cause I fear it might be corrupted. I know about disabling auto run to prevent viruses installing onto the system. But what about manual call backs?

2. I believe that this rat has been hacking my system with fake pop ups from supposed flash player or Adobe reader. What does it take to be able to send one of those my way? Does it only take knowing my ip address and bypassing my security?

3. I don't know what kind of spyware this hacker keeps using. It's practically indetectable. Only once did my antivirus detect an incoming virus attack and that was with eset (nod32) years back. How is it possible that this still is going on and my avast AV software or any other program doesn't detect anything? If this hacker who has a hard on for me is using stealth rootkits, Trojans or whatever that can hardly be detected, then what? Scanning doesn't help. I tried with my recommended programs.

4. I have reason to believe that my phone has been hacked many times. Mic, cam. My question: is it possible to hack my phone through my home wifi? And how could I stop such a thing? This is the reason I am getting a new modem.

Constructive responses are appreciated. I'll probably have follow up questions.
Be aware that I am sending this with my phone so sending logs will be complicated.

Edited by DavidMerks, 28 April 2020 - 03:59 PM.



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