Do you think your computer is running out of control sometimes? Or feels like someone tried to hacking your computer but do not know the state? I will show you 4 tips for hacking self-check.
First thing first, open command application. To do this, click on 【Windows】menu and type in “cmd” in the search field then entry it.
Once we open Command up, we can do hacking self-check by follwing command:
1. 【net user】 – Check net user
Type 【net user】 and entry it in the cmd. The system will going to list all users that your computer have, once you see some strange users in here, I think you know how to do – Delete them or change their permission.
2. 【system.ini】 – Check system drives information
The second command is 【system.ini】, this is for checking system drives information.
If there is “user=…” something under “[drivers]”, then you should know that your computer has been hacked and that hacker probably hack into system driver or connected your computer to another via internet, so they can run program since your were start your computer up.
3. 【netstat -ano】 – Check connect ports
Use 【netstat -ano】 command to check port state. Just pay attention on “ESTABLISHED” state. This means your computer allowed some software to get permission in your computer and they can do something in your computer. But do not worry about it when you see some “ESTABLISHED” states. There are some software needed to have this permission in your computer.
You can check their “PID” with 【Windows Task Manager】( In windows task manager: go to 】 – then click on【Select Columns】 – check up 【PID (Process Indentifier)】 – then click 【OK】)
You will know the exactly process name of ESTABLISHED PID software if you contrast with 【Windows Task Manager】. Then you can search the process name to identify that process is safe or not.
The last easy way is check system bootup program. As the steps shown your before, type in 【msconfig】 in Command to call “System Configuration” out. Go to 【Startup】 tab, you will know which application will be run when you start your computer. Disable some application that you think is unsafe. That’s it!
For more tips about hacking self-check, please share with me if you know some others!~Cheers~