This morning I was searching the internet for information about an event in my system event log. I navigated to an AVG forum that came up in the search results. What I saw is in the attached screen shot. Someone (not me) had gained access to my computer and was posting information from in on an AVG forum. Needless to say, I am disturbed. The following information is relevant: 1. I use wireless, a new Belkin which is password protected, using WEP/WPA, whichever is the newer one. 2. “Allow Remote Assistance” was checked, but is now unchecked, but Remote Desktop is set to “Don’t allow connections to this computer”. 3. I am not Chinese, but I visit Chinese websites such as Sina news and CCTV. 4. On the date of the forum post shown, I had just moved into a new apartment. How did this happen? I can think of a few possibilities: • Someone broke into my wireless in spite of the password (but can they access my computer that way?) • Someone gained remote access to my computer (wouldn’t they have to know both the dynamic IP of my wireless and also the private IP of my computer?) • The Chinese put some kind of Trojan into a video or something, but why me and why would they be asking questions about it on an AVG forum? • Somebody from management or who otherwise has access to a key came into my apartment and booted up my computer (which is always shut down when I go out for the day). Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? Naturally, I want my PC to be secure.