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How can someone hack into my hard wired network that has a firewall on the router that is locked and access my bank account?? My bank locked my account because they said someone from out of state accessed it online.???
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Anybody can log into online banking provided by any bank from anywhere on the planet. A case of going to a website and logging in with appropriate credentials. They don't need your computer or your router. This is an issue you'll have to take up with the bank as it is nothing to do with your computer.

Some online banking sites don't like you logging in from countries and/or states that you don't live in. Such prohibitions would be (or should be) highlighted in the Terms & Conditions of the bank in quesion.

Edited by Neil Jones, 13 January 2009 - 06:12 PM.

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