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Windows 7: Csrss.exe

14 Jul 2011   #1
monolake31

windows 7
 
 
Csrss.exe

Hi,

I've made a post before about my old wireless connection and many strange things happening with my computer and accounts, influenced contacts, passwords changing by itself denying me any acces, people blaming me for various reasons, Often the same person writing to me under various names (graphology and spelling errors etc) ..

Now i've found that [WINLOGON.EXE] and [CSRSS.EXE] are at a very low memory rate when i play an online game... Sometimes its like my computer and game starts to slow down and hang to become very sloppy and laggy (feels like someone is logging in to my computer or following what i do).
Whenever i quit gaming, the memory rate of [CSRSS.EXE] starts to rise again ...... Not to mention someone giving me hints about the sites, pictures and what not i have been looking at before.... I'm not paranoid as i hold enough proofs about it and some of them add up to this annoying kid next door.

I am getting sick of my online stuff being ruined, being deleted, being stolen, and my passwords that have been changed (though i have both passwords and secret questions written on paper).
Not to mention certain people constantly following me on about every forum to deny me any acces to socialise with people or to deny me any intrest of choice.
Hilarious to say, but its like i'm not allowed any contact cos it often gets ruined .. I'd be rather in prison for murder...


Does anyone know a decent solution to all these problems?
Is it a keylogger, if yes how can i find that?
Will the removal of my windows 7 user account be enough to overcome these troubles?


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14 Jul 2011   #2
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

I suggest running malwarebytes while booting in safe mode with networking.
Install it and allow it to update before running a FULL SCAN.
Malwarebytes : Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a free download that removes viruses and malware from your computer

After that you will want to verify that none of your windows files have been modified.
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

That is some very strange behavior. It almost sounds like someone is piggy backing on your wireless network.
If you have a wireless router I suggest securing the connection immediately.
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14 Jul 2011   #3
monolake31

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Maguscreed View Post
I suggest running malwarebytes while booting in safe mode with networking.
Install it and allow it to update before running a FULL SCAN.
Malwarebytes : Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is a free download that removes viruses and malware from your computer

After that you will want to verify that none of your windows files have been modified.
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker

That is some very strange behavior. It almost sounds like someone is piggy backing on your wireless network.
If you have a wireless router I suggest securing the connection immediately.
Thanks for the links.
I did secure my router and such but there had happened a few odd things and it got reset as well (protection on) .. and a lot more that i'm not even going to explain tbh.

I'll try the tools you posted in this link... Thanks for the help man.
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14 Jul 2011   #4
Maguscreed

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 x64
 
 

I don't know what model/make router you have but there are a rare few that will actually notify you when another computer joins it's network.
This can be really useful if you think a neighbor might be snooping/stealing your line.
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14 Jul 2011   #5
monolake31

windows 7
 
 

Well i don't know, its a long story and complicated... i found out after the router got shut down and resetted itself with various stuff connected to it ............... and a lot more like modified stuff etc etc, but thats something that ran trough my accounts..
Anyways, we got rid of the wireless... Can't say i dislike it.
Its more because this puter was connected to that wireless network and i didn't reinstall it from then on.
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