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Kudos0

Norton Lifelock's forensic data gathering after WiFi has been hacked

My cellphone and WiFi were hacked within days, and the perpetrator still has remote access to my computer. How can Norton free my cellphone and laptop up, discover who the hacker(s) are, while discovering the digital fingerprint of all offenders? This is a growing problem and there needs to be a resource where we can go when criminals are all around us.

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Kudos0

Re: Norton Lifelock's forensic data gathering after WiFi has been hacked

First thing to do is go into your router and change your WPA2 passcode. That should stop them accessing devices on your wifi network.

How did you determine that someone has hacked your systems?

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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