And I'm trying to come up with any good reason why this should be. More precisely rules named CheckPoint. Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. So I disallowed that item, and hopefully it will do the trick. No, it is not normal that you still see activity to Cyberghost when you have uninstalled it. And I run premium anti virus scans daily and have nothing coming up.
I'll give it a try. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Thank you for the fast reply!! The live chat option is always there so ask some questions on there. I really don't know what the heck I'm doing. So, can anyone tell me why Cyberghost is taping my computer? No, it is not normal that you still see activity to Cyberghost when you have uninstalled it. Anyway, Glasswire seems to indicate that Cyberghost.
I'm more curious than anything. I'd looked at the wrong date the first time. . Nothing I seem to be doing seems to offer any rational explanation why they would need to communication so often--at all, really--with my computer. Is this pop up legit? Even with my limited knowledge it seems that the best explanation of course is that there's something in my system initiating this communication, but I can't imagine why. If you could provide us with more details, we could help out.
Evening, Ok, you shouldn't really be playing games in College, you should be studying! It doesnt look like any legit Cyberghost pop ups, and i fear this may be a hacker or something thats trying to get me to install some weird software. After many clean security scans I decided to email my concerns to Cyberghost. So I am a bit paranoid about these crude looking popups I sometimes get telling me to update or install stuff. Remember, I'd started using Glasswire recently and was noticing some unexplained communication from Cyberghost. I'm not going to stress over this issue, but it bugs me not knowing. I run Kaspersky and Malware bytes and they have never really interfered with Cyberghost before, but i am really just trying to avoid accidentally downloading malware. So that gave me no clues.
Am I wrong in my puzzlement with this? I wouldn't recommend CyberGhost, I have used it before and it has leaked my information to a server in Dubai and Germany. Now I'm not suggesting here that they were doing anything innapropriate at all. I think I'll go into Autoruns and disconnect that sucker. If you think of something please let me know. Want to Do it manuallly disabling the install beta option? Don't know if they are supposed to be there or if they were added later because of some download, like Cyrberghost, for example. It's just suspicious that Cyberghost.
This made no sense to me on any level. I am using it at the moment and it is great! Since I'm not overly knowledgeable about computing I tend not to fully understand many of these programs, including this one. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Thanks again, and if anyone else has any other advice, that would be greatly appreciated! Answer to the 1st Question-I think Yes because Due to the large number of people using the same address, it is virtually possible to track a specific person. I run Kaspersky and Malware bytes and they have never really interfered with Cyberghost before, but i am really just trying to avoid accidentally downloading malware.
It doesnt look like any legit Cyberghost pop ups, and i fear this may be a hacker or something thats trying to get me to install some weird software. Using the site is easy and fun. Doesn't seem to be hurting my laptop in any way, but I don't like the idea of someone working a back door on my computer, they could do anything. But then I check Glasswire and it says an app has communicated with Cyberghost. When I get home from work I will try these out. You can use the live chat feature to apply for a three day trial to test things out, after that you can choose to pay for the different packages. Yes, they're in both inbound and outbound, private and domain, any program, and activated.
After six months I got bored with it and uninstalled it. Hello, I'm confused about something and hoping someone in here can clear it up. Otherwise I'll just keep an eye on things. Not only Track but they also trick you and get you to pay and then shut off the service. If I discover anything interesting I'll get back to ya. Hope I didn't bore you to tears with it.
And since I'm not overly knowledgeable about the technical aspects of computing there may have been a rather simple explanation, perhaps I uninstalled incorrectly, though that still wouldn't explain why it stopped on its own months later. Is this something you found in the inbound and outbound firewall rules? If you don't want this, don't send me messages. Is this pop up legit? About a week ago I downloaded from Bleeping that Glasswire program. This issue seemed to possess just enough technical value to share. Problem is I don't know much, so this could be nothing at all to worry about.
That certainly is an interesting coincidence. But interestingly, now when I run Glasswire there is not even a hint of their presence as before--Nothing, and I have made no mentionable changes on my computer that might account for it. . . .