Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by Sidney, Jan 23, 2008.

  1. Sidney

    Sidney Guest

    Hello:

    I know that the Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System is more advanced
    and more secure compared to Windows xp sp2 operating system.

    I am running Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System and this Operating
    System is not secured against a continual computer hacker that continues to
    illegally access my user accounts and continues to disable my windows
    firewall and windows defender in order to gain illegal access, daily, nights
    and weekends.

    I do install the security updates for the windows vista home premoum
    operating system and still this continual computer hacker continues to breach
    the security on my windows vista home premium operating system and continues
    to illegally install his illegal softwares.

    I have performed a number of pc restores and before my anti virus/firewall
    program has been installed completely this continual computer hacker that was
    fired from the IBM Corporation in the year 2004 for all the computer hacking
    complaints that I filed against, continues to target my windows vista home
    premium operating system and continual crashing my computer in order to seek
    revenge.

    I have the windows defender program installed and I am running an anti
    virus/firewall program and still this continual computer hacker continues to
    hack into my windows vista home premium operating system, daily, nights and
    weekends.

    Thank You,
     
    Sidney, Jan 23, 2008
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  2. Sidney

    Malke Guest

    (snip usual tinfoil rant)

    Here you are again, Sidney. There is nothing that anyone reading your
    post can do for you. Speak to whomever normally helps you with these
    fears. I'm sorry for your distress, but this is not a technical issue.


    Malke
     
    Malke, Jan 23, 2008
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  3. Sidney

    mikeyhsd Guest

    have you tried changing the passwords on your accounts.







    Hello:

    I know that the Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System is more advanced
    and more secure compared to Windows xp sp2 operating system.

    I am running Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System and this Operating
    System is not secured against a continual computer hacker that continues to
    illegally access my user accounts and continues to disable my windows
    firewall and windows defender in order to gain illegal access, daily, nights
    and weekends.

    I do install the security updates for the windows vista home premoum
    operating system and still this continual computer hacker continues to breach
    the security on my windows vista home premium operating system and continues
    to illegally install his illegal softwares.

    I have performed a number of pc restores and before my anti virus/firewall
    program has been installed completely this continual computer hacker that was
    fired from the IBM Corporation in the year 2004 for all the computer hacking
    complaints that I filed against, continues to target my windows vista home
    premium operating system and continual crashing my computer in order to seek
    revenge.

    I have the windows defender program installed and I am running an anti
    virus/firewall program and still this continual computer hacker continues to
    hack into my windows vista home premium operating system, daily, nights and
    weekends.

    Thank You,
     
    mikeyhsd, Jan 23, 2008
    #3
  4. Sidney

    mikeyhsd Guest

    SPAM

    blatant advertising.
    self serving rude response.

    from MS news group rules

    We ask that you refrain from posting advertisements or solicitations that do not pertain directly to the intended use and purpose of the newsgroup or chat.

    https://www.microsoft.com/library/gallery/components/wn/3/locales/help/help_en-US.htm#RulesofConduct






    (snip usual tinfoil rant)

    Here you are again, Sidney. There is nothing that anyone reading your
    post can do for you. Speak to whomever normally helps you with these
    fears. I'm sorry for your distress, but this is not a technical issue.


    Malke
     
    mikeyhsd, Jan 23, 2008
    #4
  5. Sidney

    robinb Guest

    change the passwords like mikey says and see if that helps.
    Also download and install Superantispyware- it is free
    Do the updates, then run it and see what it finds.
    It will find trojans and spyware that imbedds itself into windows sytem files

    you can get it at http://superantispyware.com/
    robin

    have you tried changing the passwords on your accounts.







    Hello:

    I know that the Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System is more advanced
    and more secure compared to Windows xp sp2 operating system.

    I am running Windows Vista Home Premium Operating System and this Operating
    System is not secured against a continual computer hacker that continues to
    illegally access my user accounts and continues to disable my windows
    firewall and windows defender in order to gain illegal access, daily, nights
    and weekends.

    I do install the security updates for the windows vista home premoum
    operating system and still this continual computer hacker continues to breach
    the security on my windows vista home premium operating system and continues
    to illegally install his illegal softwares.

    I have performed a number of pc restores and before my anti virus/firewall
    program has been installed completely this continual computer hacker that was
    fired from the IBM Corporation in the year 2004 for all the computer hacking
    complaints that I filed against, continues to target my windows vista home
    premium operating system and continual crashing my computer in order to seek
    revenge.

    I have the windows defender program installed and I am running an anti
    virus/firewall program and still this continual computer hacker continues to
    hack into my windows vista home premium operating system, daily, nights and
    weekends.

    Thank You,
     
    robinb, Jan 24, 2008
    #5
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