[8 Mar 2016] The Singapore Government has hacked into Teo En Ming's Desktop Computer Again

Colin Law clanlaw at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 20:07:25 UTC 2016

On 7 March 2016 at 17:25, Teo En Ming <teo.en.ming at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Ubuntu Users,
> The Singapore Government has hacked into my home desktop computer
> again, at about 12:50 AM Singapore Time on 8th March 2016 Tuesday
> Singapore Time.
> The moment I switched on my TP-LINK Archer C9 router and my home
> desktop computer is connected to the internet, the Singapore
> Government immediately gained access and renames one of my files
> *purposely* to let me know that my home desktop computer has been
> hacked by the Singapore Government again.
> Please refer to the following links for the technical specifications
> of my home desktop computer:
> (1) http://valid.x86.fr/sdv294
> (2) http://valid.x86.fr/kee0fc
> I have long wanted to make a permanent switch to Ubuntu Linux
> operating system or other Linux distributions. But my Hauppage WinTV
> v7 TV Tuner software, Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.0 and other
> software applications require Windows operating systems to run. I
> believe there is a BACKDOOR in Windows 10 64-bit Home Edition which
> allows the Singapore Government to gain complete control over my home
> desktop computer, even though I have a TP-LINK Archer C9 router with
> Stateful Packet Inspection firewall and a Zonealarm Free Firewall for
> Windows 10. Apparently the previously mentioned 2 firewalls do not
> block or prevent the Singapore Government from hacking into my home
> desktop computer. The firewalls are useless! I am also running a AVG
> AntiVirus Free Edition. What should I do?

Do what I do when I have to run one of the few apps I need that only
run on Windows.  Disconnect from the network while running Windows.

By the way, do you think we put ourselves at risk by trying to help you?


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