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chayaus1

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Friend installed program for remote assistance, so virtually he had access to my computer and files. I deleted program which was in my document folder. also emptied recycling bin to be sure. I went to panel control, to firewalls..clicked on exemptions and unchecked remote box, which also had his name with numbers, I unchecked and deleted that. My question is can he take files from my computer and still have access, even if I have deleted program. Also would he know if I am working on my computer.
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If the program he was using to access your computer is no longer hosting then he cannot access it. Why don't you do a search for the program and see if it still exists anywhere.

What program was he using to access remotely?
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he got the program from chatroom in paltalk..internet and computers...morocco
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do you know the name of the program there are many programs like this out there.
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Check that no ports are open in the firewall that would gain him access. Is he using VNC or something??
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