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It's worth noting that most IoT won't have much to phone home about. You mentioned a few devices: TV, pencil sharpener, and mouse. Unless these devices were specifically created with extra mics, cameras, etc as intentional spy devices, the information they would hold about you would be negligible. A mouse records movements on a table, and clicks. It has no ...


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Not sure where you got that page, but I read the whole page including their FAQ: How can I tell if FLEXImobile is installed on my phone? FLEXImobile is not a virus and must be deliberately installed onto the Target phone directly, with a unique set of steps and configurations. It will not perform any functions that were not configured by human ...


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When your WiFi network is breached you have to assume that any device on your network is compromised. The best way to stay safe is to have a strong WiFi password and strong password on all your devices as well as updates versions and be aware of any weird activity.


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If all this is overwhelming to you, get a friend to help you or hire someone. Also, consider filing a lawsuit if you strongly believe this person is spying on you. This is illegal! What can you do Most likely the attacker got into your wireless network because you are using an old router with weak encryption or your chosen password is weak. He could have ...


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You can fix this. You can stop the popups, if you don't like them. Its Open Source! As you can see the source of the addon here . There are couple of lines on the top in bootstrap.js file. firstRunURL:'http://barisderin.com/?p=2262', updateURL:'http://barisderin.com/?p=2264', Simply change them to , firstRunURL:'', updateURL:'', ...


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The extension is clearly injecting ads. As long as there is no virus downloading and so on, your biggest problem is random ads being shown where ever they want (Clear adware). I can suggest you do the following: Remove this extension even though you use their service. If they are injecting ads now, who knows what else they will decide to inject? If you ...


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To my mind, you can't trust unwanted adverts (mail, pop-ups etc...) and you should never click on them even if looks interesting, funny... Concerning those pop-ups I personnaly use Ad-block Plus and I have no problem, but if it is as you say due to a malicious add-on, I advise you to scan your browser with a scanning tool such as AdwCleaner wich works every ...


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You can't trust such messages! If you need a Flash Player or similar application, you should go to its official website. This is the safest way to install apps on your computer. Now you need to check your Task Manager first to uninstall each of suspicious entries. Once you do so, reset your Firefox. Sometimes adwares spread in one pack with BHOS and similar ...



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