+ 0 Votes At this point... cmiller5400 4 years ago I'd disconnect the PC from the internet and do a fresh install. Make sure that you use a disk wipe utility such as DBAN http://www.dban.org Some of the software used is root kits and they can be mighty hard to remove. To answer your questions: 1. It is possible for him to do anything you can do with your pc short of removing hardware. So listening to a headset or viewing your web-cam isn't out of the question. 2. If the computer is infected yes he can "trace" what computer you are using. I'd go to a PC that you know is clean and login to ALL your web sites that you have usernames/passwords for and CHANGE them IMMEDIATELY. + 0 Votes A Few Questions and a suggestion C F USA 4 years ago This may be nothing more than a troll attempt, but I am going to respond anyway. Questions: -Are you sure he is actually monitoring you? Or is he simply pulling your leg? I mean is it ia joke? -You stated that he was monitoring you from the school as well? Have you notified the administrators there? -You mentioned the security features you have performed, have you checked for hardware additions to your computer? If someone is gone through this length to harass you, perhaps they have in fact been to your home and installed a keylog on the back of the PC -You mentioned that the person has been in contact with you. Do you know this person from anywhere else? How does he/she contact you and confirm such facts as "I know what you are singing" Suggestion: If you are serious about this and want it to stop this is what I would do. Consider getting Law Enforcement involved if any of the following apply: - logging into your accounts such as financial institutes (banks, loans, etc) - posting things as you that could lead to a libel/slander case against you If you decide against Law Enforcement or Legal action, then : Go to a secure site and change all your passwords. Do log in from your computer at home (the one that has been infected) or school (if he is truly capable of monitoring you there) Remove all outside access to your Home PC and reformat it and reinstall everything. Before doing this check for external devices that may have been connected without your knowledge. Check all thumbdrives and portable storage devices (including CD/DVD) received since the attacks began or before they began Either way, it seems that you are in way above your head and need help. I am leaning toward someone pulling your leg, joke gone too far, etc. But if this is not the case you need to do something. + 0 Votes Hacker Problems dantelewis 3 years ago You could give me an email address I'll send you a rootkit revealer and a pretty hard core malware removal tool, for free you could also provide me with your computers credentials and I can provide security (sounds like prison) but I'm an elite and happy to help. + 0 Votes how to solve it (maybe) kaelan002 3 years ago Ive got an idea, it is possible to block applications sending data to certain web adresses by adding them to a file called hosts located here C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (you open it with notepad). If you can find out where he is taking your data ( probably his computer but may be a rented server if hes really serious about it) then in theory you can block all aplications (ie his keylogger etc) from sending data (ie your passwords) to his acces point. You could probably install some kind of outgoing data tracker, shut down all aplications that us the internet and leave your computer logging in to something as "bait". Then you should be able to see everything that was sent in that period and where to. He would then have to change the location his apps send data to but without a connection to them he wouldnt be ablt to remotely. This is all theoreticall and i dont know as its possible as ive never tried it but its worth a try (just make sure you set it up with all internet connections disabled so he doesnt know youve installed a tracker.) + 0 Votes This should help snabibax Updated - 3 years ago Use another computer to download Kaspersky Internet Security 2011, install it and create a rescue disk. Boot your computer from the rescue disk and perform a full scan from there. After the scan and you've logged into your computer, Install Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 on it and register your copy. Run all you applications in Safe run mode of the antivirus software. I am not praising Kaspersky but it really should solve your problem. After this, consider changing all your passwords like email, facebook and also configure a password for the antivirus as well. + 0 Votes Another one of those threads that just won't die. seanferd 3 years ago On the other hand, it is largely amusing. + 0 Votes sorry kaelan002 3 years ago oh sorry guys thats a very annoying habbit of mine, not checking the date.