All logical remedies explored- I have 4 Macs, 1 less then a month old. Macs 1-3 were compromised via a network attack in December. I took the 3 compromised machines in for service.
Hard Drives erased, OS installed from a bootable drive made offsite, new modem, router, long passwords--->hacked again --- steps all repeated. I purchased a new Mac because I had to work. Before I brought it home; all sharing (Bluetooth, active directory, etc) disabled in terminal) Evey security feature enabled and a professional installed a Cisco ADA firewall. All machines hacked and connected to remote local directories evidenced by ; no admin privileges, extra disk partitions, settings changed and relocating home directory. Okay I tried again. I have 12 partitions in my HD not mine. When I begin a fresh install from the USB boot drive, logs indicate repair of programs from hidden partition. I do not have access to unmount, repair permissions or use Suso commands. How do I get rid of this?
Software/Hardware used: OSX, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air
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