Hi, so I've gotten to the conclusion that there is unauthorized access to this computer through the internet.
• Whenever I download files (like music and stuff), I tend to notice very minor changes in the files over time. You see, those files are supposed to stay in a stationary position (unchanged in any way possible), unless 'I' do something to change them. I want to avoid those minor changes from happening. Is there any program that can look for loopholes in Windows' settings that lets hackers to connect through?
• Randomly I've noticed additions to Windows Firewall over time where it has Google Chrome with a little complex settings in there, where it wasn't there before. That's one incidence. That wasn't there before when Chrome was installed.
• Programs and Features > Turn Windows Features On Or Off:
- Legacy Components > DirectPlay had a check on there when there wasn't a check there initially.
- .NET Framework 4.5 Advanced Services > WCF Services > (Don't remember what was checked in here, but it wasn't checked before)
• Concrete example: There's this program called eMule that's installed on the computer. The icon on the desktop for the program is a little mule (the animal). But this one day, the icon was modified: Both his ears completely disappeared; he had no ears. But then within a few hours, his ears came back! Notice how weird and odd that is? The whole point of my question is who would actually do intentions like this to random people (me) and expect things out of it?
Who does intentions like so?
So like I asked before, is there a program that check for security loopholes that may be enabled? (Are there any alternative programs like Microsoft Baseline Analyzer)