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deano
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Haced!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Postby deano » Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:23 am

I got haced 170 time when i loged on WHAT IS THE GO HERE

deano
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Postby deano » Thu Jan 21, 2010 9:31 am

I want to know why. Why was i hacked its not good.
I am strating to think of quiting i didnt want to be hacked, its when you hit log in it hacks me if anyone knows y tell me i have. The most up to date anti-virsis protection. I had passwords stolen, i rate this game g@y......

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Postby Agamemnus » Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:26 pm

Don't spam the forums...

No one knows what you're talking about.

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Postby Keith » Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:31 pm

It is unlikely that Children of the Nile Online is the source of your problem. Your system was probably already infected with a virus, trojan or malware before you joined and it became active after you started playing the online game.

No one else has had this problem.

As you will probably find out, no one anti-virus program can block everything. I use at least 4 different A-V programs here and I still find the occasional trojan, virus or malware dumped onto my system from time to time.

Not all A-V software protect your computer in real time. In other words, they don't monitor what is going on on your system as you do it. Some just check your system for infections when you run the A-V software itself but not otherwise.

I recommend you try several other A-V programs to scan your system thoroughly and frequently. Malwarebytes is a good free A-V program that I have used to remove a number of trojan infections in the past year and it's also used the tech support people at Dell to scan systems for infections.

www.Malwarebytes.org

If you run Windows XP or Vista or Windows 7, Microsoft has a online safety center with online A-V scanner programs that run over the internet. I use the XP version fequently just to keep my system clean. The online scanner is under the PRODUCTS link on the page.

http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/update/windows_live_safety_center.mspx

Kaspersky A-V has a online scan-only website. McAfee and Symantec also have online A-V scanners for free.

www.kaspersky.com
www.mcafee.com
www.symantec.com

You should also be using a link scanner like McAfee's SiteAdvisor or AVG's LinkScanner. These will let you know if a website has been reported for things like adware, spyware, or a virus and will alert you before the page is allowed to load by your browser and show you a red, yellow, or green icon on the browser toolbar. They also put a red, yellow, or green icon next to Google and Yahoo search results to let you know if the the link is safe to click on.

deano
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Bye

Postby deano » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:32 pm

but i already have all that its when i hit login,

BUT i am a computer Whiz i have aced all the testes my dad and my boss throw at me, As i am only 13 i have thr knowlage of a 1000year old guy that would of done computers, i Have about 5 different vrisis scanners so,
and my computer is Not and Has not been attked in about 2yrs, it and do you want to know the IP adress cause i can tell you that it is THAT GAME, the IP adress is and i did make such it was it and if i wanted to i could hack it back but i will not do it IT IS 74.53.98.90.

i have tryed on 4 different computers and thay all got that so i am quiting,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
so goodbye
love you kuti

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Postby Q-Man » Fri Jan 22, 2010 4:26 am

"deano" wrote:but i already have all that its when i hit login,

BUT i am a computer Whiz i have aced all the testes my dad and my boss throw at me, As i am only 13 i have thr knowlage of a 1000year old guy that would of done computers, i Have about 5 different vrisis scanners so,
and my computer is Not and Has not been attked in about 2yrs, it and do you want to know the IP adress cause i can tell you that it is THAT GAME, the IP adress is and i did make such it was it and if i wanted to i could hack it back but i will not do it IT IS 74.53.98.90.

i have tryed on 4 different computers and thay all got that so i am quiting,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
so goodbye
love you kuti
Classic. LMAO

PS - don't read your firewall logs unless you know what you're reading.
Last edited by Q-Man on Fri Jan 22, 2010 4:33 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Postby SlipperyJim » Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:34 am

Reported for spam....

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Postby Keith » Fri Jan 22, 2010 3:35 pm

Spam?

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Postby Q-Man » Sat Jan 23, 2010 3:04 am

Yeah, he posted the same tripe in other NOL forums too.

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Postby RebelT » Sun Jan 24, 2010 5:32 am

"Keith" wrote:Spam?




Yeah, not spam. Just stupidity. :D

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Postby Homeworld'sa » Mon Jan 25, 2010 1:54 pm

Spamming forums is wrong.
Also, using incomprehensible language, lots of !'s in the thread title and talking total nonsense is wrong too.

Expect an early departure from TM Forums :D

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I agree, but....

Postby Antikuity » Tue Jan 26, 2010 5:55 am

"Homeworld'sa" wrote:Spamming forums is wrong.
Also, using incomprehensible language, lots of !'s in the thread title and talking total nonsense is wrong too.

Expect an early departure from TM Forums :D


He is not yet thirteen...lol. But, he should know better about many things here and I hae told him this.

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Postby Babbens » Tue Jan 26, 2010 2:03 pm

Thanks for the links Keith, knew most of them but not all.

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Postby deano » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:42 am

www.kaspersky.com
www.mcafee.com
www.symantec.com
i use the bottem 1 as we as a few more.

i have spoken to my bos and higher up the other 2 are just no good

and about the IP adress it is from the side i play on theoris, I have taken it high and i almost have who hacked me of my side,
they are way to close on this website so they are,
ihave the ip adress and i know who iam coming way higher and this is WRONG people Hacking other people is wrong unless you are 35 no job and have noting to do well..................
you know where i was going,

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Postby Asterix~ » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:10 am

Deano, no one has had this problem except you. You don't find it a little ridiculous to think that Nile Online is suddenly attacking your computer?

As Keith said, it is likely an infected program on your computer that is causing the problem. Antivirus programs can only do so much. Even if you've never gotten a virus, you could easily get one by mistake.

That or your computer is being buggy.

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Postby RebelT » Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:16 am

"deano" wrote:www.kaspersky.com
www.mcafee.com
www.symantec.com
i use the bottem 1 as we as a few more.

i have spoken to my bos and higher up the other 2 are just no good

and about the IP adress it is from the side i play on theoris, I have taken it high and i almost have who hacked me of my side,
they are way to close on this website so they are,
ihave the ip adress and i know who iam coming way higher and this is WRONG people Hacking other people is wrong unless you are 35 no job and have noting to do well..................
you know where i was going,




If you have multiple virus scanners on your computer, THAT is your problem. They're conflicting with one another and confusing themselves. You need one virus scanner and one virus scanner only.



For the record, amusing that you say Kaspersky is no good---it's the highest rated and best level of virus protection that you can get on the consumer market.

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Postby Keith » Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:52 pm

I use multiple A-V programs and they get along quite nicely together so I don't agree with that argument. I've never had a problem with AVG, McAfee, and the others I use running at the same time. I have no problems running or installing software.

The opinions and debate over which A-V programs are the best or do the job changes annually. New threats emerge all the time and not all programs deal with them the same.

I tend to rely on the yearly results from Consumer Reports magazine. They buy the programs that they test just like you or I. They don't accept advertising so they aren't influenced by advertising dollars when testing products from any company. CR does a test each year with a number of the available A-V programs, including Symantec, McAfee, Kaspersky, PC-cillin, and others using live virus and trojans, etc. Symantec and McAfee have perenially come in in the middle of the pack as far as acceptable results. Kaspersky was #1 one year but fell off to 2nd or 3rd the next year. Some programs shine in one area of protection and not another.

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Postby chucklesII » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:25 pm

"Keith" wrote:I use multiple A-V programs and they get along quite nicely together so I don't agree with that argument. I've never had a problem with AVG, McAfee, and the others I use running at the same time. I have no problems running or installing software.

The opinions and debate over which A-V programs are the best or do the job changes annually. New threats emerge all the time and not all programs deal with them the same.
[snip]

I can tell you from experience, you will be hard-pressed to find an expert to agree with you re: running multiple Anti-virus programs at the same time.
If, (yeah that's a big "if"), you needed to post a HiJackThis log anywhere, one of the first things you would be advised to do would be to pick one. That being said, if you somehow managed to install more than one and kept one active and the other not, then I would agree with you. I also did this in the past. An option would be to install one and have a second on disc which could scan from the disc and not your hard drive.

Norton's once was king of the heap, but that was a decade ago.
Today's environment needs, demands a multi-layered approach starting with an anti-virus program and a good firewall. Many suites do this with one program - some better than others. You also need several anti-malware scanners available. Many of these do work together well and as you pointed out, they all detect things differently.

http://spywarehammer.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=2333.0
Follow this link to see a good list of FREE software that gets the job(s) done.
The person recommending these is the Administrator of the site and a Microsoft® MVP.

Chuckles

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Postby RebelT » Sat Jan 30, 2010 8:47 am

"Keith" wrote:I use multiple A-V programs and they get along quite nicely together so I don't agree with that argument. I've never had a problem with AVG, McAfee, and the others I use running at the same time. I have no problems running or installing software.

The opinions and debate over which A-V programs are the best or do the job changes annually. New threats emerge all the time and not all programs deal with them the same.

I tend to rely on the yearly results from Consumer Reports magazine. They buy the programs that they test just like you or I. They don't accept advertising so they aren't influenced by advertising dollars when testing products from any company. CR does a test each year with a number of the available A-V programs, including Symantec, McAfee, Kaspersky, PC-cillin, and others using live virus and trojans, etc. Symantec and McAfee have perenially come in in the middle of the pack as far as acceptable results. Kaspersky was #1 one year but fell off to 2nd or 3rd the next year. Some programs shine in one area of protection and not another.



1.) Not to sound callous, but I don't particularly care if you agree with me or not. :) Not that anybody really cares, but I work at a major computer corporation and have numerous technical certifications. The short of it is, long-term, you are damaging your system and actually weakening the virus protection that you get. You're effectively confusing each virus scanner.


2.) Consumer Reports is fantastic for reviewing video cameras or TVs or other gadgets. It's a mostly objective but non-technical review of things that are out there. The problem is, for something like a virus scanner, they have virtually no benchmarks and no methodology to test the PROTECTION that you get from one to the other---they're going off of things like ease of use, cost/year, interface, and features it comes with (parental controls, virus protection, firewall, whatever). Sure, they'll throw out fancy statistics or whatever to support it, but reality is they have no way to actually test other than anecdotal evidence. With a digital camera, that's fantastic---if it's not easy for one person to find and use the options, it probably won't be for another. Conversely, with virus protection, that's not so good.


3.) As a disclaimer, I have no affiliation with Kaspersky whatsoever. Anyways, with every industry-wide benchmark out there, Kasperky wins, whether it be frequency of updates, quality of protection, footprint on the system, whatever....Kaspersky wins. It is, unquestionably, the best product you can get on the market **right now**. Not saying something better won't come out in 6 months, but Kaspersky has ruled the market for quite some time when it comes to actual quality of protection.

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Postby Keith » Sat Jan 30, 2010 4:00 pm

My system functions just fine, as I said, and has done so for the past 6 years. No sign of confusion here. What one program may miss one of the others seems to detect. Of course there are occasional minor breaches that do slip through, such as on any system, but then one of my additional A-V scanners manages to find and clean the problem.

Consumer Reports uses computer specialists in their test so it's not the same guy that tests the digital camera, refrigerator or tv. Their main concern is how well the program detects and fixes the problem, not the cost, user interface or other functions.

When I have a virus problem that seems to be a little more than nuisance, I usually refer to the IT professionals that volunteer their help over at techguys.org. I also refer to some of the advice in the IT professional magazine from Microsoft called "TechNet."


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