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#1
Hello,

My name is Roxane. I'm stuck in a pretty bad situation and I'm wondering if someone could help me. I'm being stalked on all my devices. This has been going on for years. I reported the incidents to the cops and they told me that my case was not a priority. So I then hire technicians to remove and track who is doing this to me. They crew hit a wall because the stalker is using a vpn and it is illegal to hack one. I know I'm asking for a lot. I lack the ability to defend myself.

Your help would be greatly appreciated

Roxane
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#2
Wouldn't it just be enough to have the spyware removed by these technicians? Problem solved.
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#3
For starters, don't introduce yourself on hacker forums, or any forum for that matter with your real name. If that even is your real name. If it's not, you posted it so we'd assume you're a girl. Only purpose that serves is dog whistling to any white knight types.

We're not your personal army. And what are you asking here exactly? Your technicians can't hack into a VPN or perform an OSINT investigation so you want us to do it. If it's the former you are asking us to break the law for you, if it's the latter. You need to get better technicians.

Your damsel in distress shtick is more transparent than glass. And i suggest you reconsider your strategy.
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#4
Assuming this whole ordeal is true, there's a non-profit organization called "THE BADASS ARMY" that you can reach out to. They mainly deal with revenge porn cases, but they'd likely provide you support for this, too.

Personally, I don't agree with all of their tactics and approaches... sometimes it's too loud, but nonetheless, I believe they will deliver what you seek.

https://badassarmy.org/
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#5
Alright but in all seriousness, my advice is probably unhelpful. My point is; why waste time in trying to track this person? He seems to have a lot of OPSEC going on, a lot for one person to handle. And since law enforcement doesnt give it priority there isn't much to do.

I believe you have the ability to defend yourself. Just get rid of this stalker in your life. Wipe all your computers and devices. Do a full reinstall on everything. Usually cleans out most malware unless we're talking about some APT spyware. Which I kind of doubt for a stalker.

What you're really asking here is for help to track this stalker and not actually defending yourself? I'm not really much into it but if you lack the ability to track this person, find the knowledge to do so. If we're talking about malware you could start looking into learning reverse engineering, malware analysis and/or forensics. To trace exactly what this malware is doing and how. Could help you in tracking this person.

Got a whole section for it.
https://greysec.net/forumdisplay.php?fid=13

Good beginners book on reverse engineering: https://beginners.re/
Good beginners book on malware analysis: https://packetstormsecurity.com/files/12...art-I.html

We can show you how to get started. But if you're looking for someone to find this person for you, I believe you've came to the wrong place. This is not a hacker4hire forum.
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#6
(04-07-2020, 10:40 AM)Insider Wrote: Alright but in all seriousness, my advice is probably unhelpful. My point is; why waste time in trying to track this person? He seems to have a lot of OPSEC going on, a lot for one person to handle. And since law enforcement doesnt give it priority there isn't much to do.

I believe you have the ability to defend yourself. Just get rid of this stalker in your life. Wipe all your computers and devices. Do a full reinstall on everything. Usually cleans out most malware unless we're talking about some APT spyware. Which I kind of doubt for a stalker.

What you're really asking here is for help to track this stalker and not actually defending yourself? I'm not really much into it but if you lack the ability to track this person, find the knowledge to do so. If we're talking about malware you could start looking into learning reverse engineering, malware analysis and/or forensics. To trace exactly what this malware is doing and how. Could help you in tracking this person.

Got a whole section for it.
https://greysec.net/forumdisplay.php?fid=13

Good beginners book on reverse engineering: https://beginners.re/
Good beginners book on malware analysis: https://packetstormsecurity.com/files/12...art-I.html

We can show you how to get started. But if you're looking for someone to find this person for you, I believe you've came to the wrong place. This is not a hacker4hire forum.

You are kind and helpful to a fault, bro. It's an admirable quality to have and i mean that. But "Roxanne" here doesn't strike me as the type of person who is interested in learning ways that might actually be useful to her with whatever issue she is dealing with. She strikes me as the type of person that expects the world to just open up for her, and people to break the law for her just because she asked.

I call it princess syndrome, you know the type of girl i am talking about.
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#7
Hmm...maybe using something like Malwarebytes can remove the malwares. Also, i suspect you have some basic information of the stalker like username or stuff. In that case, try to reverse search and looking for more informations. I am surprised that the first thing the technician do is tracking his IP instead of removing the malwares.
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