How Do I Identify If Someone Is Spying On My Computer System

How Do I Identify If Someone Is Spying On My Computer System

Check to see if you’ve enabled remote access. Settings/System/Remote access is the way to get there.


Make sure your anti-malware software is up to date. You can use Symantec Network Security from Norton. A firewall will defend you from web-based threats, and anti-virus will safeguard you if you open a malicious file. It also contains “heuristic” features that check for things that genuine software never performs, such as tampering with your system drive’s boot section.




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Windows Defender, which provides comparable functionality, is included with Windows 10 and is turned on by default. If you don’t plan to install anything that accomplishes the same thing better, don’t switch it off.


Finally, secure your wireless network by creating a non-ridiculous password. And you should change it on a regular basis. If someone connects, your browser will display all of your connected devices, and with a little detective effort, you can find out which entry is the bad guy and throw them off. Also, update your Wi-Fi password right away.


It’s possible that after someone gets in, you won’t be able to tell. As a result, don’t allow them in.