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    What a hacker can see regardless of firewall

    I'm using Outpost and router and still this is what a hacker can see using this free test (even knows the name of my computer!: http://www.pcinternetpatrol.com/downloads/audit.php

    There's more to this screenshot image not shown: http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/2225/test.jpg
    Last edited by lynchknot; June 20th, 2004 at 03:03 AM.

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    so now what? this thing captured everything on my computer

    i feel violated and i need a pill NOW!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by egghead
    so now what? this thing captured everything on my computer

    i feel violated and i need a pill NOW!!!!!
    For sure the only solution is to use their product.

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    First of all, I think a hacker needs to install his tools on your machine. This test shows with tools already installed. He will need to get past my firewall in the first place - after that, there is nothing to stop him - I'm guessing but sounds logical to me.

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    the thing most computer users don't know is that internet explorer is so flawed that any webpage advertisement's can actually be unsafe and install these types of tools on your computer without prompting you to any type of instal box.
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    Was this a legit program or did we install a keystroke program on our computer? I would really like to make sure that all is removed. That may be a trick.
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    The only way I was able to block it was to use the block all feature of Agnitum.. Then I got this message:

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    yep, it called out to their server - firewall should have notified - isn't that what a software firewall is for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by efc
    Was this a legit program or did we install a keystroke program on our computer? I would really like to make sure that all is removed. That may be a trick.

    they seem more than legit - this is the first time I noticed the BBB listing on any site. - http://www.pcinternetpatrol.com/index.php

    that hacker tracker app they have seems to give out more information than i'm used to seeing - even though it's picking up Emule as an entry - it gave me names, emails and phone numbers.
    Last edited by lynchknot; June 20th, 2004 at 04:26 AM.

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    http://www.outpostfirewall.com/forum...ead.php?t=7459

    Outpost says it passes PC audit and PC Audit 2..... but in fact it doesn't. Unless I have mine misconfigured which is a possibility.

    And then there's the question of how they do it??? I mean how do they see the contents of 'My Documents'???

    And how do they capture the screenshot and username/password?

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    did you not read, "how it works" and about dll's - http://www.pcinternetpatrol.com/downloads/audit.php

    I'm sick and tired of outpost using high cpu and causing page loading hang ups - I tried to install sygate but sygate would not allow connections no matter what I tried. I reinstalled outpost and sure enough, same problem - hangs.
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    Lynch I read that.. the question is which DLL, and how does it get past the firewall???

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    how about monitoring your ports with active ports while this thing is doing it's thing.

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    well guys,

    i think we need a thread that gives us tools to block these scary prgrams

    what about anti-keylogger?

    anyone know of programs that will scan and detect any screen capture programs running?

    i need a pill..........
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    I think this is much more than a keylogger. I have keylogger killer and it does not pick it up at all.

    **edit - ok keylogger killer was not on. Every time I kill the dll that it's using, it uses another one and still gets through - there is no stopping it. the first two are not it.

    Last edited by lynchknot; June 20th, 2004 at 06:40 AM.

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