i did *window+R and Services.msc click on Remote deskope Configuration and properties and Startup type disable* beacuse someone hack me and remote acces on me i lose my email and game password they change so i got it back but i think they still got acces.

ThecoolFirex 0 Reputation points
2024-01-22T20:24:44.9466667+00:00

so i played a game i think i accidently click on wierd link and something pop up in my pc and i click yes and contineud playing later that i check my phone email realise something off and i check they hack my password and game i think they still got acces to my pc like some kind of a wierd software that share screen i dont know but basicly i did window+ Services.msc and Remote deskope Configuration and properties and Startup type disable hope he not gonna acces on my pc anymore please microsoft tell me if i need do something more about this since i just download antivirus avast does it even help?

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Remote Desktop
A Microsoft app that connects remotely to computers and to virtual apps and desktops.
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  1. Karlie Weng 12,686 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-01-23T06:04:13.11+00:00

    Hello ThecoolFirex,

    Disabling Remote Desktop access on your PC is a good start. Here are several additional steps you could consider taking to ensure the security of your computer:

    'I just downloaded antivirus Avast; does it even help?'

    - You mentioned that you downloaded Avast; make sure it is updated and perform a full system scan. If it detects any malicious software, follow the recommended actions to remove it.

    • To add an extra layer of security to your password, enable two-factor authentication on your accounts wherever possible, making it harder for unauthorized users to access your accounts.
    • You may also review recent account activity on your email and game account. Many online services provide information about recent logins or access to your account.
    • To check for any suspicious processes or applications running in the background, you can use your Task Manager or Resource Monitor.

    I hope this helps! Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

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