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goldenballs11

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I keep getting advised by my Kaspersky Anti virus that I have been attacked by Lovesan but it repelled it. This is annoying and somewhat worrying. How can I return the compliment and get whoever it is to just leave me alone despite trying. Or it is that he is getting through???

I ran the Spyware / Antivirus / Trojan plan on this site this morning but I still get the attack warnings. Any ideas on getting revenge or making sure they don't get in another way?
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have you tried downloading a firewall? the one in windows xp is good but for those without it, or for better protection, i recommend getting zone alarm.

that should keep any hackers/attackers etc from getting into your system.
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Thanks for that. I have Outpost Firewall running so I don't know why it's getting to the Anti Virus.
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you also may have malware on your system. to make sure your system is completely clean, go here and post a Hijack This log there.

http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html
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Get a program called Peerguardian.. PeerGuardian is a program that blocks IP addresses. If you can isolate the IP address, this may be ideal because you can just add it to your blocked address
PROBLEM SOLVED

not sure where you can find Peer Guardian, just google it .
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Get a program called Peerguardian.. PeerGuardian is a program that blocks IP addresses. If you can isolate the IP address, this may be ideal because you can just add it to your blocked address
PROBLEM SOLVED

not sure where you can find Peer Guardian, just google it .

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Good in theory, but most ISP's reassign IP addressess anytime you disconnect and then reconnect. Even if I just shut off my broadband connection for a few seconds, I end up having to reconfigure my firewall to recognize the new IP address I am assigned. If this Peerguardian will recognize a whole ISP then thats a different story.

I keep getting advised by my Kaspersky Anti virus that I have been attacked by Lovesan but it repelled it. This is annoying and somewhat worrying. How can I return the compliment and get whoever it is to just leave me alone despite trying. Or it is that he is getting through???


I ran the Spyware / Antivirus / Trojan plan on this site this morning but I still get the attack warnings. Any ideas on getting revenge or making sure they don't get in another way?

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As for getting revenge, if you have to ask how then you wouldn't understand anyway, besides---this site is not for teaching bad things, it is dedicated to helping people in distress. The best way you can get *revenge* would be to trace the IP address, with a program such as superscan, get the ISP information and then report this person to that ISP as well as your ISP.

Making sure they don't get in another way? Drop the Outpost firewall and go with the ZoneAlarm free version. In all firewalls except Zonealarm if one was to take and evil application lets say Back Orifice for example and rename that program something trusted such as explorer.exe everymajor firewall available to windows will allow the application to run EXCEPT Zonealarm. Have a nice day.
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