1 Log in to your computer as an Administrator.
2 Click "Start," then type "run" into the search box. on the "Run" window. Type "cmd" into the text field and press Enter. A new Command window will open.
3 Click on the newly-opened Command window to select it, then type the following command : net user
4 Press "Enter." Windows will list all existing accounts on the computer.
5 Check if an account has been created without your permission. Verify that all accounts in the output of "net user" have either been created legitimately. If there are additional accounts, those accounts were likely created by a hacker.
Examine all legitimate accounts to see if any have been misused. Check the date and time of the last log-in. If the most recent log-in occurred at an abnormal time, a hacker is likely responsible.
thanx for ur information....i tried it..
what should we do once we find out our computer is hacked.??
In some situations, you may see new programs or files to the computer. If you are the only user on the computer and new programs are installed, this could be an indication of a hacked computer. However, there are also several legitimate reasons why a new program may appear on the computer, as listed below.
Operating system or other program received updates that included new programs or files.
When installing a new program it may have installed other programs. For example, it is common for plugins and other free programs to have a check box asking if it is ok to install a new Toolbar or antivirus on your computer. If these boxes are checked, new programs are installed.
Any other person who logs on your computer could install new programs.
There are different ways to help such as changing the password, install the antivirus applications, scan your computer, etc.
good method told . thanks
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