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Can anyone explain this total breach of security

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stillalive47

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This might be a bit unusual for the experts, but this is what is happening to my 2010 HP laptop. I am about to find a publisher for an expose' I am writing about police. About a month ago I picked up my laptop and it felt pounds heavier. I opened up everything I could open with a small screw driver and took out the battery. When I put the batery back in, the body just sucked it back in, like a magnet. It has never done that before. They are getting information from my computer, that I know for sure, they have access to my manuscript. Is it possible to access files without my computer connected to the internet? If so, how do I make it stop?

 

I know they have the access number for wifi at Charter Communication coming into my house.


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Sixty eight views and not one of you can even comment...SCARED?


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I have had a laptop battery go into place easily, so that it seems like it was sucked in.  I am not saying you don't have a problem, but this is not the correct forum to ask for help with this kind of issue.

If you think you have spyware issues, please follow the instructions here

 

I am closing this thread


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