[Techtalk] Re: [Actionchix] Hacking through the electrical outlet?

Carla Schroder carla at bratgrrl.com
Tue Mar 6 23:07:24 UTC 2007

Oh goodie, a trollspam. Or a nut.

On Tuesday 06 March 2007 14:42, Doc Nielsen wrote:
> First of all, this sounds like a technical issue, so let us continue
> the technical aspects in the TechTalk newsgroup.
> Second, linuxchix focus mainly on linux, so asking a windows question
> might not get the attention you were hoping for.
> Third, if you unplug your computer from the network, how would you
> know your mails are intercepted, and how were you able to send this
> one?
> "The page cannot be found" messages are quite normal on an unplugged
> computer, so that is to be expected.
> Are you using an antivirus? Spyware remover? Please provide further
> details to this problem, or even better, install a linux destribution
> ;o)
> -Doc
> On 2/27/07, Lloyd Dettering <ldettering1 at cogeco.ca> wrote:
> > For nearly a year, my WinXPPro, S.P.2 has been hacked even after I've
> > taken the Ethernet adapter out of the PC and the PC is only connected to
> > the electrical outlet via my APC Backup-UPS (no Internet connection).
> > ????? My emails have been intercepted, "The page cannot be found" message
> > appears when I try to access sites that may be helpful. Howe do I stop
> > this from occurring? Not that I hope to receive any reply considering the
> > hacking interceptions! _______________________________________________
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> > Actionchix at linuxchix.org
> > http://linuxchix.org/mailman/listinfo/actionchix

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