The Internet Industry Association (IIA) has introduced a voluntary code of practice for Australian Internet service providers in a bid to improve cybersecurity for Internet users. It recommends that ISPs, in extreme cases, disconnect from the Internet a customer's computer that has been recruited into a botnet.
I think that my PC is infected with a trojan or rootkit.
How can I monitor my internet traffic while in this state?
I have already used these applications but not useful to me :
Norton Internet Security, Eset Nod32, ZoneAlarm Extreme, Microsoft Security Essentials, VPN...
And which software I have to use to remove that trojan ?
Okay so I've searched for this and I can't find it. Whenever I disconnect my razr from a charging source a popup is displayed at the top of the screen saying something along the lines "disconnected and some gibberish about disconnecting your phone to conserve power". THIS IS NOT the message that once your phone is fully charged to disconnect it to conserve power.
I'm running 11.2 on an HP HDX18 laptop. The internet connection works perfectly until I reboot the computer, then for some reason stops working. The connection is still detected and is showing as "connected", but I am unable to use my browser or any other internet-related apps.
Internet Explorer 8 (also known as IE 8) is the latest but not quite the greatest web browser from Microsoft. It offers several enhancements over its predecessor that includes improvements in RSS, Cascading Style Sheets, and Ajax support.
I just came from work and was pretty nerved that all the windows Machines there couldn't access google and the Internet explores seemed to be hijacked.
One pc could access google with Firefox though , but seemed to be infected with something.
Now I am back home and the internet here is strange too.