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How to prevent ISP hacks the system?

by danieljacobson / March 21, 2006 4:20 PM PST

i used the isp which its technical support always made truble to my system and sometimes crack my applications. if think about external hack broked in, i let freinds attacked from external network, but they cannot touch my port. so, offer this impossible question and please give an opinion. thanks here!
isp maybe need to sale security system or service, so do this **** thing.
i got the contract so band with long time. so awful!

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(NT) (NT) How can you so sure, that is your ISP attacking?
by Gakada / March 21, 2006 4:59 PM PST
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John, Some ISP's Installer Remote Monitoring Software
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / March 22, 2006 1:15 AM PST

They do it so they can easily monitor your computer for updates and needed fixes. Such programs are not required software. Uninstall it if it's there.. Check the programs installed in the Control Panel/Add-Remove Programs section and uninstall unneeded software. Once that's done, run the free antipsyware tools below to insure all spyware is removed.


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