Night Fight

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Night Fight

Post by ilockmyself on Tue May 31, 2011 1:13 pm
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A little summary of whats happening to my everyday life.
Was currently studying networking and some stuff. Then just a week ago my "neighbors" remote accessed my box and same with my little sister and moms box. "They are group" and i don't have yet the capability to "attack". Day after day i learn new things from configuring Services. Registry. TCP/IP. CMD then set a firewall(comodo)but they can easily kill it.
Attack they made so far: dos. packet forging. disabling firewall using(comodo removal kit) -X-. keylogger. aircracking.
Can i have a clue on what to do next XD. but my hacker is reading this.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by msbachman on Tue May 31, 2011 6:42 pm
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How about logging everything and then turn it over to the cops?

Seriously, what do you expect us to do for you here?
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Re: Night Fight

Post by ilockmyself on Tue May 31, 2011 8:26 pm
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First is we dont have law in my country about hacking.
Secondly, i have guts feeling who they were including the house besides my home. XD

i just want to get some more ideas on what to study to be able to defend myself from them. they took our privacy.
hope you understand what im situated at. i hope i know who they were so that i can settle this matter once and for all(for a short period of time).

thank you guys
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Re: Night Fight

Post by mShred on Tue May 31, 2011 8:48 pm
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ilockmyself wrote:First is we dont have law in my country about hacking.
Secondly, i have guts feeling who they were including the house besides my home. XD

i just want to get some more ideas on what to study to be able to defend myself from them. they took our privacy.
hope you understand what im situated at. i hope i know who they were so that i can settle this matter once and for all(for a short period of time).

thank you guys

Go into your router settings, change the password to WPA and set a good password that they won't be able to get into.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by ilockmyself on Tue May 31, 2011 8:56 pm
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thank you good sir. ill do that.
btw he's redirecting me to http://www.l.google.com and i cant get into gmail. and how can i re map my arp cache?

update: i tried blocking ports and someones shouting "Greeeeedy"
just now he re transmission hackthissite.org :/
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Re: Night Fight

Post by Goatboy on Tue May 31, 2011 9:17 pm
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ilockmyself wrote:update: i tried blocking ports and someones shouting "Greeeeedy"

Sorry, but that was kinda funny.

One major problem you're likely to face is the fact that they might have taken measures to ensure that they stay in control. Even if you change your wireless password, you might still be infected with a rootkit and therefor vulnerable.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by ilockmyself on Tue May 31, 2011 9:40 pm
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Goatboy wrote:
ilockmyself wrote:update: i tried blocking ports and someones shouting "Greeeeedy"

Sorry, but that was kinda funny.

One major problem you're likely to face is the fact that they might have taken measures to ensure that they stay in control. Even if you change your wireless password, you might still be infected with a rootkit and therefor vulnerable.


i dont know about rootkit yet. this is really tiring, fun and exciting at the same time. ..
one thing about my hacker is that they are family since the father goes work to my ISP XD, which means i don't have any escape even if i change my ip address. then some of his friends XD.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by LoGiCaL__ on Thu Jun 02, 2011 6:19 pm
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Well you can always start from scratch re-format and see if you can make a more secure system/network setup. Re-configure your router WPA2, set it not to broadcast if you can and get a new ISP. If they really do have you hacked to the point that you say they do, and the possibility of a rootkit is always possible, this may be the best way.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by Shaldivar on Wed Jun 08, 2011 6:49 am
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Try social engineering on their asses.
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Re: Night Fight

Post by acevic on Wed Jun 08, 2011 7:43 am
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The best idea is to format your drives and encrypt all your connections. Use a better firewall and if you're on windows, disable ALL sharing services. For IM use Pidgin with Pidgin Encryption 3.1 plugin and enable RSA 2048 for encryption. Use PGP encryption software for your connections and truecrypt to keep your hard disk data safe. Use a combination of a good AV (regularly update) a good Anti Spyware and a firewall on paranoid mode. The weakest link in security is the user himself, so remember to keep track of all connections on your computer. It would help to spoof your IP and MAC address from time to time. For your router, use WPA2/PSK and create a long password with a combination of random letters, numbers, symbols and caps. It's paranoid security. Nobody should bother you with that.
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