March 29, 2021

Final question for a while, about remote access software


I feel like I have bothered a lot of people by my repeated amount of posting, but I cannot contain my anxiety.

I’ve read a lot of wikihow articles on remote access software, but I still need to go to reddit for this.

Lets say I get remote access software installed on my laptop. It doesn’t install a virus or anything, but the software is there. How do you get rid of it?

I did a test at school with a computer which has remote access software (made by the school). I ran a windows defender virus scan, and it detected nothing. So, how can I detect remote access software?

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It showed scrolling through your task manager to see any strange programs, but when you have pages and pages of stuff, it will prove to be a challenging task.

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I have performed 2 factory scans since my virus and I haven’t gotten into hot water since, but I still worry about the future.

I am asking reddit mainly for my parents, as they aren’t tech savvy.

I don’t know how to detect remote access software, such as , say, a school-based remote access software, or anything else in that matter.

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I have ran mbam-anti rootkit scans, nothing. Hitman pro scans, nothing. Windows defender scans. Nothing. Mbam scans, you name it! All nothing. But I still worry.

Its just spikes in “Service Hosts” that gets me worried, and other random things, such as “svchost” and others.

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