Someone used this on me and after a while windows shell program take completely my computer as well as bank accounts

I finally understand what has happened to all computers, I threw out and now it's a. Someone used this on me and after a while windows shell program take completely my computer as well as the account numbers of bank accounts and cards and so on. I got it with computers. I have been a dedicated customer of Microsoft and I can't believe that you would put on such a dangerous program that any computer fool can use to people disrupting. I want to know what I can wip this thing by buying a new hard drive and operating system put this program on this subject before I sitgn on the internet and don't have not this thing happen? I would like to send you the hard drive rinse you these people in the open air where I could get my hands on them. This coswt haqs me more than I want to tell you.

I think that you're wrong in your assessment of what you have been.  "Shell Microsoft Program"?  Please explain.

If configure you your own computer, software Windows XP firewall is enabled, have a decent router (reset and configured with a password before connecting anything to him) between your network and the Internet, and you have changed all your passwords for each account to a password that is hard (15 characters or more containing at least three of the four character types (: uppercase, lowercase, number, and symbol) and checked that each account online has a configuration password recovery method that * you * have you personally (no one else has used your password they obtained to make sure if you have already changed your password, they could get the upper hand) and you have a decent anti-virus software installed. Then you should be fine.

You can Disable Remote Desktop (on Windows XP Professional - you left out the details of your operating system in your rant) and Remote Assistance if that makes you more comfortable or you do not use these functions.

Otherwise - most of it security is common sense stuff.  Do not download or run things do not know the origin of and trust said origin and application.  Do not open unknown emails and instant messages.  If you do not call to get your computer fixed, don't expect sopmeone will call you to fix your computer problem - and if they don't - know it's a scam.  Don't visit questionable websites.  Do not use the computer on a daily basis with a user account that could ruin everything (run as a normal user, not an administrator for your daily activities.)  Keep your system and you have installed - including all antivirus software - up to date/current.  Keep your computer in a locked - room physical security is a top priority.  Backup your important data to external media.  Change your password periodically - because you have a password - most probably someone can get it.  If something is * really * important keep you the 'secret' and protected - encrypt.  Almost every other method can be easily bypassed - encryption, not so much.  Etc and so on...

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