we can’t identify the hacker….
because Most hacker attacks start with junk mail or spam mail…
For this kind of problem, you change your e-mail and computer administer password frequently like monthly twice… otherwise follow below tips..
<b>Secure Passwords:</b> Any passwords you need to use in relation to your System should be secure passwords. They should be at least eight to ten characters long with a combination letters and numbers with at least one special character. Don’t use your name, god, your children’s names or you pet’s name.
<b>Careful with Emails:</b> Many hackers send Virus’s and Spyware in email attachments. Never open an email attachment from a stranger. Never open an email attachment that is an executable program unless you really trust the source. Sometimes hackers will send virus’s through infected computers so you feel safe opening the attachment. Make sure you anti virus software also scans your incoming emails.
Latest Patches for Your Operating System: Keep your operating system updated with the latest patches. Hackers are always looking for ways to exploit main stream operating system software. As soon as the manufacturer finds out about it, they release a fix or patch. If you don’t update your system with these fixes, you could be vulnerable to hackers.
<b>Keep away from Cracked Software: </b>You should keep away from cracked software for more than just the criminal or moral reasons. Crackers or Criminal Hackers obviously can’t be trusted. They have been known to put Trojans and other malicious code into the cracked software. You think you are getting your software for free when you may be letting a hacker into your system. Be smart and pay for all your software.