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Tired of the hacking

Jerry9876
I have a serious issue with hacking on all levels. I have been targeted by hackers since July 2011. The past year of my life has been extremely difficult. It all started when my wife decided to get at&t last summer. I wasn't to excited about it, then the hacking took place from there. An att worker came to our house to set up the cable. We already had wifi and the phone set up with the company. After he left, my phone was hacked and the gps tracked me down. Every since that day I have been under a microscope by these hackers. Every phone I purchase is always hacked. If you were to walk into my house right now your phone would be compromised and there goes the spider web to your family of communication. Every website I go to is viewed. My email accounts have all been hacked and I'm sent email daily about how they feel about me. As I stated before, we already had att house phone service. The day they hacked my family's att system they changed her number. Then they changed it back the next day after her complaints. It takes tiger blood to endure these attacks. They watch the progress of my family's going and comings all the time. Im followed from home to and from always as all because of this technology. I can't make phone calls from my house because they have access to every phone in the house through the wifi, phone call logs, wiretapped phones, viewed websites, hacked emails. What do I need to do? They will be reading this to.

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jannnnnn

Jerry, when you say immediately after the AT&T installer left, your phone was hacked & the gps tracked you down, what do you mean? What happened exactly? If someone has access to your email account, call AT&T at once and be ready to show them the evidence that someone has hacked their network to get to you. I'm going to bet that's covered in the agreement you've made with them.

Also, do you have any children older than say... 11 years old. Are you sure the hacking isn't coming from inside your own house?
jn

PurpleSkys Moderator

jannnnnn....we haven't seen Jerry since he posted this...heaven knows where he went

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    Slayer_

    Also, to hack your wifi they have to be in range, so find them and shoot them (only if your American, if any other nationality, you should call the police)

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    RSmiedy

    Ok thats funny.

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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    you're under attack, ditch AT&T...find a more secure product...better firewall...but honestly, how do you know they're doing all this...including following you all over the place?

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    go to the store & buy some industrial strength tin foil & fashion hats for yourself and all visitors to your house....that should take care of the problem.

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    Are the big black SUVs parked across the street from your house? You're probably
    under surveylance. Try not to make eye contact with the occupants, unless you're
    wearing mirrored sunglasses. Satellites in orbit are probably trained in on your house
    as well...don't look up when you're outside, and always walk in a "sepentine" fashion,
    and take a different route to your destinations, irregardless of mode of transport...
    watch for those SUVs, they'll follow you if you're spotted, so slip out a rear-facing window.
    If this doesn't help, you may have to move to Oregon. Which means you'll need to
    sell everything..just remember to erase any digital storage devices (computer hard
    drives, USB sticks, MP3 players, cellphones, etc.) using NSA level deletion. When
    you sell everything, use a pseudonym and "cash only" basis, sold as is, no warranty.
    When you get to Oregon, try your best not use any type of modern electronic device,
    maybe a pay-as-you-go phone for emergency only. Be modest in your living quarters,
    no mansion, a small 2 room cabin is good, and an older off-road type vehicle...
    don't want to attract attention. Make all your purchases in cash only, don't open
    a bank account, no credit card, etc unless you use your pseudonym, and then
    only use occasionally. You might need a hunting rifle and ammo, but don't buy one
    of those "assault" rifles, that just raises suspicion. No flashy living, no extravagances,
    and be watchful...if you see the big black SUVs, they may be searching for you, you'll
    have to pack up and move again...good luck...
    or, you could relax, have a beer, call a psychiatrist and set up an appointment next week
    and work out some issues!

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    NickNielsen Moderator

    They don't use black SUVs: that's the state police.

    They don't want to be noticed, so they use plain white vans...like the one I drive.

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    So does this mean you're really one of "them" Nick?

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    NickNielsen Moderator

    I can't say...

    ;\

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    joe.roman

    Help,Help, the Paranoids are after me!

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    asotelo

    You can move to Lincoln, Montana. You can set up your tiny cabin in the woods.... Once there, you will have plenty of time to write all about it. I suggest you call it "Manifesto"

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    mjd420nova

    Somewhere you stepped on somebodies toes. What do you have, money, access or secret info?? I find it strange that anyone would ever think to steal what I have when there are millions more that have so much more and are more accessable. Recently retired but still working full time, I do operate a server out of my home but all it has is photos and music collected by others on the home network. Can't get into the WIFI unless you're inside so no body even knows a network exists. If WIFI is the access point, get a new one and intentionally reduce the range by putting it in a closet or build a Faraday cage around your house.

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    jeff.gibbs.mcp

    It sounds like you potentially have a lot of different things going on here. Not sure why somebody would find you such an interesting target other than outright sadism. Take a look at this https://ssd.eff.org/tech It may help you solve some or all of your issues yourself.

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    entropypawsed

    You seem to be experiencing paranoid thoughts. It is quite normal; nearly everyone has them. However, what you describe is now moving towards dysfunction. A way to approach this is to stop attaching self to your thoughts. Rather, experience yourself as the awareness prior to thought and feeling.

    You can pick up two really good books quite cheap on Amazon to help with this process. "The Power of Now" and "A New Earth". Good Luck

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    dayen

    My sister had a problem like this she was gas Lighted, with some people you get more bang fpr the buck, he did a few things and she started to think everthing that went wrong he cause, so if your like that I can hack your phone or computer one or more time and everything that happens after that you think I did, yea I belive you **** someone off and their either like Bob real smart with computers or know some one like Gary who is a covert Hacker for the goverment with a bad sence of hummor, and that my friend will push you over the edge, so you need help either way, so If it true find your own hacker or someone id covert opts

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    Rob Kuhn

    To add to PurpleSky's comment, a year(?) of this seems pretty long and I would suspect that in that time you have sufficient evidence?

    Someone mentioned that in order to be hacked via the WiFi that they'd have to be in range of your signal - this is true. However it could also mean that you have been hacked fro the inside (infected) which could have opened a port on your firewall.

    I assume you have also done a COMPLETE virus and malware sweep on EVERY computer in you home? Do not just use one AV program either. There a are a number of free online virus and malware checkers that do a decent job.

    Password protect your computers and anything that connects to your network. If they are passworded, change it!

    Lock down your router. By default it's probably set to allow all out going traffic.

    I would go as far as to lock it down to where only port 80, 443, and whatever e-mail ports your ISP uses are allowed out; nothing should be allowed in. Go to Gibson Reserch (grc.com) and run their "Shields Up" to help look for any open ports.

    Monitor your router logs after you lock it down. In fact I'd use somethiing like OpenDNS.com to help you monitor your Internet activity.

    I would also review their privacy policy (the one you signed and agreed to when you started service) and see if anything listed by the policy is not being met to your statisfaction. If AT&T does not agree and believes that they are within the policy then take your evidence and seek out a lawyer.

    All that said, since it doesn't seem that any real damage has occured such as theft of your identity then I would consider yourself lucky that it's only been limited to "pranks".

    Good luck and hope this helps.

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    robo_dev

    Your best bet is to power off all your electronic devices, borrow a friend's phone (they cannot hack those as fast), and make an appointment with your doctor.

    I know it's not likely but just in case they implanted a chip in your ear or something, your doctor would be the only one who would spot that. (these chips DO show up on an Xray and doctors can spot it right away if you have had a chip implanted).

    Most hospital emergency rooms are also equipped with the electronic scanners (a type of RFID reader) needed to detect when a chip has been implanted in a person.

    If you go there and ask, they can do a free scan (similar to the way some auto parts stores do a free code-scan of your car computer). The chip implant is the likely reason you're getting hacked so easily, but only a trained medical professional can spot this sort of thing, so don't wait too long to do this.

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    I agree, the chip implant sounds like the most likely couse of the problems being experienced...and the tin foil hats I suggested prevent them from transmitting.

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    Slayer_

    FYI wax paper doesn't work, apparently only tin foil works...

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    Slayer_

    Also, to hack your wifi they have to be in range, so find them and shoot them (only if your American, if any other nationality, you should call the police)

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    RSmiedy

    Ok thats funny.

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    PurpleSkys Moderator

    you're under attack, ditch AT&T...find a more secure product...better firewall...but honestly, how do you know they're doing all this...including following you all over the place?

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    go to the store & buy some industrial strength tin foil & fashion hats for yourself and all visitors to your house....that should take care of the problem.

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    5 Votes

    Are the big black SUVs parked across the street from your house? You're probably
    under surveylance. Try not to make eye contact with the occupants, unless you're
    wearing mirrored sunglasses. Satellites in orbit are probably trained in on your house
    as well...don't look up when you're outside, and always walk in a "sepentine" fashion,
    and take a different route to your destinations, irregardless of mode of transport...
    watch for those SUVs, they'll follow you if you're spotted, so slip out a rear-facing window.
    If this doesn't help, you may have to move to Oregon. Which means you'll need to
    sell everything..just remember to erase any digital storage devices (computer hard
    drives, USB sticks, MP3 players, cellphones, etc.) using NSA level deletion. When
    you sell everything, use a pseudonym and "cash only" basis, sold as is, no warranty.
    When you get to Oregon, try your best not use any type of modern electronic device,
    maybe a pay-as-you-go phone for emergency only. Be modest in your living quarters,
    no mansion, a small 2 room cabin is good, and an older off-road type vehicle...
    don't want to attract attention. Make all your purchases in cash only, don't open
    a bank account, no credit card, etc unless you use your pseudonym, and then
    only use occasionally. You might need a hunting rifle and ammo, but don't buy one
    of those "assault" rifles, that just raises suspicion. No flashy living, no extravagances,
    and be watchful...if you see the big black SUVs, they may be searching for you, you'll
    have to pack up and move again...good luck...
    or, you could relax, have a beer, call a psychiatrist and set up an appointment next week
    and work out some issues!

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    NickNielsen Moderator

    They don't use black SUVs: that's the state police.

    They don't want to be noticed, so they use plain white vans...like the one I drive.

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    So does this mean you're really one of "them" Nick?

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    NickNielsen Moderator

    I can't say...

    ;\

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    joe.roman

    Help,Help, the Paranoids are after me!

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    asotelo

    You can move to Lincoln, Montana. You can set up your tiny cabin in the woods.... Once there, you will have plenty of time to write all about it. I suggest you call it "Manifesto"

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    mjd420nova

    Somewhere you stepped on somebodies toes. What do you have, money, access or secret info?? I find it strange that anyone would ever think to steal what I have when there are millions more that have so much more and are more accessable. Recently retired but still working full time, I do operate a server out of my home but all it has is photos and music collected by others on the home network. Can't get into the WIFI unless you're inside so no body even knows a network exists. If WIFI is the access point, get a new one and intentionally reduce the range by putting it in a closet or build a Faraday cage around your house.

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    jeff.gibbs.mcp

    It sounds like you potentially have a lot of different things going on here. Not sure why somebody would find you such an interesting target other than outright sadism. Take a look at this https://ssd.eff.org/tech It may help you solve some or all of your issues yourself.

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    entropypawsed

    You seem to be experiencing paranoid thoughts. It is quite normal; nearly everyone has them. However, what you describe is now moving towards dysfunction. A way to approach this is to stop attaching self to your thoughts. Rather, experience yourself as the awareness prior to thought and feeling.

    You can pick up two really good books quite cheap on Amazon to help with this process. "The Power of Now" and "A New Earth". Good Luck

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    dayen

    My sister had a problem like this she was gas Lighted, with some people you get more bang fpr the buck, he did a few things and she started to think everthing that went wrong he cause, so if your like that I can hack your phone or computer one or more time and everything that happens after that you think I did, yea I belive you **** someone off and their either like Bob real smart with computers or know some one like Gary who is a covert Hacker for the goverment with a bad sence of hummor, and that my friend will push you over the edge, so you need help either way, so If it true find your own hacker or someone id covert opts

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    Rob Kuhn

    To add to PurpleSky's comment, a year(?) of this seems pretty long and I would suspect that in that time you have sufficient evidence?

    Someone mentioned that in order to be hacked via the WiFi that they'd have to be in range of your signal - this is true. However it could also mean that you have been hacked fro the inside (infected) which could have opened a port on your firewall.

    I assume you have also done a COMPLETE virus and malware sweep on EVERY computer in you home? Do not just use one AV program either. There a are a number of free online virus and malware checkers that do a decent job.

    Password protect your computers and anything that connects to your network. If they are passworded, change it!

    Lock down your router. By default it's probably set to allow all out going traffic.

    I would go as far as to lock it down to where only port 80, 443, and whatever e-mail ports your ISP uses are allowed out; nothing should be allowed in. Go to Gibson Reserch (grc.com) and run their "Shields Up" to help look for any open ports.

    Monitor your router logs after you lock it down. In fact I'd use somethiing like OpenDNS.com to help you monitor your Internet activity.

    I would also review their privacy policy (the one you signed and agreed to when you started service) and see if anything listed by the policy is not being met to your statisfaction. If AT&T does not agree and believes that they are within the policy then take your evidence and seek out a lawyer.

    All that said, since it doesn't seem that any real damage has occured such as theft of your identity then I would consider yourself lucky that it's only been limited to "pranks".

    Good luck and hope this helps.

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    robo_dev

    Your best bet is to power off all your electronic devices, borrow a friend's phone (they cannot hack those as fast), and make an appointment with your doctor.

    I know it's not likely but just in case they implanted a chip in your ear or something, your doctor would be the only one who would spot that. (these chips DO show up on an Xray and doctors can spot it right away if you have had a chip implanted).

    Most hospital emergency rooms are also equipped with the electronic scanners (a type of RFID reader) needed to detect when a chip has been implanted in a person.

    If you go there and ask, they can do a free scan (similar to the way some auto parts stores do a free code-scan of your car computer). The chip implant is the likely reason you're getting hacked so easily, but only a trained medical professional can spot this sort of thing, so don't wait too long to do this.

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    Darryl~ Moderator

    I agree, the chip implant sounds like the most likely couse of the problems being experienced...and the tin foil hats I suggested prevent them from transmitting.

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    Slayer_

    FYI wax paper doesn't work, apparently only tin foil works...