Singapore Government Hackers Love to Hack Teo En Ming's Computers, Smartphones, and Online Accounts

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Dear Windows 10 Users,

I have just managed to upgrade to Windows 10 Home x64 on 30 July 2015. I am wondering if Singapore Government hackers have managed to hack into my Windows 10 Home installation???

If Singapore Government hackers are able to hack into my home desktop
computer again, would it be due to a Windows kernel security
vulnerability, or web browser security vulnerability, or Adobe Flash
Player security vulnerability? I am making an educated guess that the
Singapore Government hackers are exploiting the above-mentioned
security vulnerabilities. Are Singapore Government hackers using DNS
poisoning to redirect all my web requests so that I download software
which have been tampered with or trojaned??? I apologize for my lack
of knowledge in advanced networking as I am not CCENT or CCNA or CISSP
trained. My knowledge of networking is still considered elementary.

How can I stop Singapore Government hackers from hacking into my
computers, Android smartphones, and internet online accounts like
Facebook, Youtube, and Gmail, etc etc?

Please let me reiterate/repeat some internet postings which I have
made recently.

(1) Singapore Government Hackers Have Hacked Into Teo En Ming's Computer Again
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Hi,

Singapore Government hackers have hacked into my computer, again.

Incident 1 (Most Recent Incident)
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On two separate occasions several days ago, I noticed that Singapore
Government hackers have hacked into my home desktop computer and
renamed two of my files. On the first occasion, one of my files was
renamed to black.jpg. On the second occasion, another one of my files
was renamed to sunyatsen01.jpg. I am not a computer genius, but the
Singapore Government hackers *purposely* let me know they have hacked
into my home desktop computer system. I am presently running a 64-bit
Windows 8.1 operating system with Norton Internet Security 2014 (which
includes Anti-Virus, Firewall, and Intrusion Prevention System). I
bought my Intel Core i5-4430 @ 3.00 GHz CPU + Asrock B85M Pro4
Motherboard + 32 GB DDR3 memory home desktop computer system on 4th
July 2013 (Independence Day). Now that I know the Singapore Government
hackers have hacked into my home desktop computer, my Norton Internet
Security 2014 with Anti-Virus, Firewall, and Intrusion Prevention
System must have been compromised as well. If the Singapore Government
hackers have planted rootkits, trojan horses, worms, spyware, malware,
and viruses into my home desktop computer system, my compromised
Norton Internet Security 2014 won't be able to detect them. There must
be a backdoor in my 64-bit Windows 8.1 operating system. I do not know
when the Singapore Government hackers have hacked into my home desktop
computer system. It could be as early as 4th July 2013, and the
Singapore Government hackers could have gained complete control over
my home desktop computer system since that date, and they could have
been lying dormant for approximately 2 years until the Singapore
Government hackers decided to let me know they have hacked into my
home desktop computer system recently. I have since permanently
plugged out the RJ45 LAN cable connecting my home desktop computer to
the Asus RT-N15U router. I am currently using a Samsung N150 Plus
netbook with a 32-bit Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Linux operating system to send
this message.

Should I wait for the official release of Windows 10 on 29 July 2015,
format my Windows 8.1 installation, and install Windows 10 on my home
desktop computer system? Common sense tells me that, since the
Singapore Government hackers were able to hack into my home desktop
computer system with Windows 8.1 and Norton Internet Security 2014, I
should avoid using Norton Internet Security 2014 again, or even Norton
Internet Security 2015 for that matter. What Anti-Virus + Firewall +
Intrusion Prevention System integrated package do you guys recommend
for Windows 10?

Do you think that the Singapore Government hackers have successfully
hacked into my Asus RT-N15U router as well? Some time ago, I flashed
my Asus RT-N15U router to a Tomato firmware to enable port mirroring
so that I could run the Snort Network Intrusion Detection System
(NIDS). Since most routers are based on Linux operating systems, and
some of them have the GNU bash shell-shock security vulnerability, it
would be very easy to hack into a router as well. What brand and model
of routers with extremely good security features do you guys
recommend? I will not be buying enterprise-grade routers like Cisco
since it will be too expensive in a home setting.

I have to use Windows operating system because my USB Hauppage TV
Tuner and my Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.0 video editing software
require Windows to run. Otherwise, I would have made a complete switch
to Linux operating systems long ago.

Incident 2
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Before 4th July 2013, I was using 64-bit Ubuntu Linux operating system
on an *older* home desktop computer system. Using shorewall (or
shoreline firewall), I was able to configure iptables to block *ALL*
incoming ports using the concept of zones. I had also uninstalled
secure shell (SSH) server and stopped all unnecessary daemons (or
services) from booting up. Yet, the Singapore Government hackers were
able to hack into my Ubuntu Linux operating system and moved a few
files from one directory to another. Of course, the Singapore
Government hackers *purposely* let me know they have hacked into my
Ubuntu Linux operating system. The Singapore Government hackers had
also moved a few of my Firefox bookmarks from one category into
another. Even with all incoming ports blocked and SSH server disabled,
the Singapore Government hackers were able to hack into my Ubuntu
Linux operating system with some very simple hardening procedures
performed. The Singapore Government hackers must have made use of some
Linux kernel security vulnerability or Firefox web browser security
vulnerability to gain complete control over my computer system.

Incident 3
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On 11th August 2011, I had bought my Samsung N150 Plus netbook, which
is based on the Intel Atom processor. It came with Windows 7 Starter
operating system pre-installed. On the same day of buying the Samsung
netbook, I had configured it to use the free Wireless@SG Wifi internet
connection. Within a few minutes, Singapore Government hackers hacked
into my Windows 7 Starter operating system, changed my Windows Logon
password, and locked me out of the system completely. I had to
reformat my Samsung netbook and install a Linux operating system to
continue using the netbook.

Why does the Singapore Government like to hack into my computer
systems so much? Is it because I am IT-savvy? Please note that I am
not a computer genius. I suspect the agencies which are responsible
for carrying out the hacking attempts are the Internal Security
Department (ISD) of Singapore or the Infocomm Development Authority
(IDA) of Singapore. I am using a 1 Gbps or 1000 Mbps fiber internet
connection at home.

Thank you very much for reading this email.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
Singapore Citizen
Former Linux Server System Administrator
19 June 2015 Friday 7:14 PM Singapore Time

(2) Singapore Government Hackers Have Hacked into Teo En Ming's
Android Smartphone
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Dear Android Security Discussions Mailing List,

I am using a Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone with Android version 5.0.2,
kernel version 3.4.0-perf-g4d6e88e BuildUser at BuildHost #1 Mon Mar 30
19:09:30 2015 and Build number 23.1.A.1.28. A few photos which I have
previously deleted from my Sony Android smartphone have re-appeared in
my photo Album today. I suspect Singapore Government hackers of
hacking into my Sony Android smartphone and putting the previously
deleted photos in my photo Album today. I knew long ago that Android
is based on the Linux operating system with a Linux kernel. Do Android
smartphones have a firewall activated by default?

Thank you very much.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
Singapore Citizen
25 July 2015 Saturday 9:14 PM Singapore Time

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Please advise me.

Thank you very much for your kind attention.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Teo En Ming (Zhang Enming)
Singapore Citizen
18 August 2015 Tuesday 1.33 PM Singapore Time
 


patcooke

Microsoft MVP
Staff member
Microsoft MVP
#2
Throughout the whole of your lengthy dialogue there is no evidence whatsoever that anyone has hacked into your online devices let alone specifically the Singapore Government. Renaming a jpg file and moving some Firefox bookmarks hardly qualifies as a security threat. I suggest you simply maintain normal firewall and antivirus precautions and run a regular scan of your system and having done so, enjoy life.
 


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