Question about Acer Aspire 1804WSMi Notebook
I work from home answering calls as a contracted customer service advisor with one the largest catalogue firms. I take orders and payments. For a while I have strongly suspected my neighbour to be spying and stealing data via electronic means. I am at my wits end. I strongly suspect spyware and Trojans is within my computer and maybe evades so-called good antivirus and anti spyware programs. I mainly want to nail this particular neighbour and possibly other accomplices but I am unsure how to solve this at present. I would strongly appreciate any ones help because I am concern about the following security matters. My absolute main concerns are the following security issues.• Customers data and bank detail leaving my computer• My data and other personal information leaving my computerSome of the problems I have encountered are as follows.• My browser turns of by itself• Browser display one of my favourites tab window all by itself• When I was attempting to send you this message explorer close down window and cause me to lose data I was sending to you via paypalPlease don’t tell me about the Police because they don’t seem bothered about security or in helping me to catch this culprit.I would like to have my machine checked for evidence. If anything is hidden can the culprit footprint be found within my computer.I hope you can help or give me some logical advice because I simply want to nail this culprit as soon as possible. I have two laptops. One is installed with vista and the main concern one is installed with xp and a log me in software for working on company internet.Please help because this person I feel is costing me time and money not to mention the other matters listed.
That I know of there is no 100% security. If these laptops are wireless, then I would suggest making every effort to hard wire these. If they are already hardwired then someone probably has your IP address. A way around this is to contact your ISP and get their help in giving you a dynamic IP address. Then I would look at your firewall, i.e. is it on? At this point, again with your ISP's help you can limit your connection to only specfic IP addresses. This should narrow your window considerably. A data collection program may have been installed on your computer. The only way to remove it is to format or replace the hard drive. Using what I said above and replacing your present hard with a new one and making your present one an external, non-bootable drive should just about get you to as close to 100% as possible.
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If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3....... make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules. hope this helps you
you will be able to read the ram type on the ram already inside
be sure to wear an earth strap before touching anything inside your computer
the ram modules sockets are located near your cpu
If you are referring to computer RAM always put the largest ram module closest the CPU central processing unit
try to keep the same brand and type of ram the same ie: ddr ddr3.......
make sure you secure the ram modules by pressing the levers down firmly at both ends of of there sockets
make sure your computer is turned of before you attempt this
If you're not sure if a module is right for your system, use the Crucial Memory Advisor tool for a list of guaranteed compatible modules.
hope this helps you
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