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Windows 7 Thread, someone is taking control of a pc in Technical; Originally Posted by apeman you can call the .exe anything you like e.g. svchost.exe so you wouldn't spot it in ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by apeman View Post
    you can call the .exe anything you like e.g. svchost.exe so you wouldn't spot it in task manager.
    Unless you add the command line column to task manager and you can see the location it's running from (ie svchost.exe outside of windows\system32 would be a flag up)

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    Possible attack from app such as sub 7?

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    Do a netstat -b and see if you've any known ports that belong to RAT / remote control software.

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