Jun 16 2022 02:12 PM
Jun 16 2022 02:12 PM
All of the services and platform via which any PC (or most devices of any kind for that matter) can be accessed, manipulated, and controlled without an end point user's consent make it hard to know if I am being tormented by a real hacker or just by some automated Windows server that's trying to force me to do what Microsoft wants.
I am reasonably confident that the assailants are really horrible human beings and not really horrible computers, but I know just enough about this to be completely wrong or right and to fight back enough to cripple this laptop and have to start over with a clean install nearly everyday, unless I just stop caring for a while and let everything on this PC be up for grabs.
The current tactic is to DCOM into my system even if it takes dozens of tries, and then force me into Windows PE and take over the entire computer. Before it was similar but via WMI. The best part is that there are SO MANY ways to gain remote access to any Windows PC that are pre-built in to the OS, that this might never end, literally if permanent WMI scripts are run through Powershell. I really don't believe this is a glitch, but is a planned effort to be the harvester of info and the authoritarian arm of control. And every time I learn a new way to stop this vis command prompt or powershell or a hidden feature that should not be default set to "come on in boys!!", the perpetrators move on to a new means of doing the same thing or they reinforce my lack of capabilities and set more parameters in the feature/service they have been working through that make my brain hurt even worse.
Today's discovery: My processors: Intel Celeron N4000 (x2) are now suddenly named "Intel ... N4020" which is a GPU not a CPU. So the driver is showing an error and I can't fix it I can't auto-search for the correct driver because I get back graphics drivers. But I don't know how this laptop is functioning with that being the case. ???
I am at my wits end as this has been going on for literally weeks and extends to my life outside of PC land. SO at least now I know I can't just disable the services being used as Windows will freak the hell out. And I also can't quit the PE session in command prompt admin because my PC here will immediately power down as well.
I'm venting here but this is really one of the most absurd and Kafka-esque situations I have ever experienced. If anyone has a real solution, I'll be shocked!! And without one soon I might just throw this **bleep** thing in the dumpster out back!!
Have a great day everyone!! And HAPPY COMPUTING on your PERSONAL COMPUTERS!! :D :D :D
Jun 16 2022 02:40 PM
After all, you can sell a computer to another person and buy an Android tablet why don't you?
Windows10 jast currently the most stable system compared to earlier versions -> works great
Delete the apps one by one and see which one is causing the problems!
Jun 16 2022 04:29 PM
Yes you are of course level headed and haven’t gone into total cynicism. I must admit I was altogether curmudgeonly in my ranting. But it’s still so frustrating to me to be made to be put in these positions when I own this device and it is for private use (no enterprise situation here). But I can’t seem to get the configurations just right to stop these intrusions and to give legit apps and services the latitude to do their thing. Plus I’m just sick of battling whoever this is daily! Today on the more personal front it was one of my credit cards involved in an info leak and I have a good idea who did this. But can’t figure out how to fully identify the culprit so I can press charges. It’s not cool. AT ALL.
Jun 16 2022 11:05 PM - edited Jun 17 2022 06:17 AM
Ok. what version of Windows do you currently have that you are using?
Please download this scanner is a great tool - write if it detected a virus or other threats?
And this is an additional proposal for you:
Jun 21 2022 04:42 PM
Jun 21 2022 04:51 PM
12,800 TCPSVCS. EXE
11,122 uninstall data.xml
208,513 upgrace bulk.xml
4.320 upprade comp. xml
4,320 upgrade comp. xml
41,108 upgrade_ data.xml
18,614 upgrade frmurk.xml
1,700,856 user32. d11
1,472,512 VSSVC. exe
329,216 wbadmin. exe
203, 208 weravrall"
396,992 win32k. sys
372,736 Windows. FileExplorer.Common.dil
7,945,296 windows. storage.dll
198,656 Windows. Storage.OneCore.dll
23,040 Windows. System. RemoteDesktop.dil
326,656 Widap32. dll
240,128 wosc. dil
17,920 wowreg32, exe
724 wpr.config. xml
320,000 wpr. exe
X:I windows\system32\ amd. exe
147 456 wshom.ocx
623,104 XAudio2 9.dll
Jun 21 2022 11:11 PM
" The problem is many many commands would come back as if they are not real commands. I did Update-Help but it didn’t work saying that "
This is normal behavior (the system must automatically start the necessary processes)
If the antivirus or security scanner does not detect threats, it means that the DLL. are correct!