Windows 10: Windows 10 Botnet?

Discus and support Windows 10 Botnet? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hey guys. So, this image started spreading around (started at imgur). You may have seen it on FaceSpybook: [img] Code: Image link, if it did... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Lebon14, Jul 31, 2015.

  1. Lebon14 Win User

    Windows 10 Botnet?


    Hey guys.
    So, this image started spreading around (started at imgur). You may have seen it on FaceSpybook:


    Windows 10 Botnet? [​IMG]


    Code: Image link, if it did not resize coz it's big: https://i.imgur.com/qgoK5Km.jpg (3 664px × 2 626px, 841 KB)[/quote] What's troubling me the most is the Wi-Fi password and the fact that your keystroke are sent to Microsoft.

    Now, I do not know two things:
    1. Context.
    2. Build. (Is it RTM / 10240? - But I do see "Build 10130" watermark around the middle)

    My plan with this thread:
    1. Comments and reactions
    2. Demystify IF NEEDED. So, we can inform people seeing that collage of screenshots.

    What do you think?

    :)
     
    Lebon14, Jul 31, 2015
    #1

  2. Windows 10 Unexpected shutdown on start up

    OK, so i figured it out myself

    Found the logfile in "C:\Windows\Minidump".

    You need the Windows Development Kit to open it and a bit of googling to understand it.

    Found out that a Daemon driver caused an error. Removed Daemon but this didn't solve it. (ps: Daemon itself worked normally).

    I let hibernate my computer again and found another error with sptd2.sys: SCSI Pass Through Direct layer

    More google and ended up on the duplexsecure site. Downloaded the W10 version and voila: problem fixed.

    For the Windows support team: It would be really helpfull if you could pass problems to a more skilled helpdesk who can do more than proposing the standard solutions in case those won't work.

    Cheers
     
    windows-10, Jul 31, 2015
    #2
  3. Windows 10 Unexpected shutdown on start up

    OK, so I also found out that this occurs when sleepmode (for me after 3 hours) changes into hibernate mode.

    Seems like the going into hibernate and/or starting up from HIbernate results in a shutdown. In safeboot it works perfectly.

    Anyone any idea how I can figure out where it goes wrong. Is there a way to log this (I couldn't find it in bootlog)
     
    windows-10, Jul 31, 2015
    #3
  4. z3r010 Win User

    Windows 10 Botnet?

    Windows 10 Botnet? [​IMG]
     
    z3r010, Jul 31, 2015
    #4
  5. What do I think? I think this picture sums it up.

    Attachment 27571
     
    LovingWindows, Jul 31, 2015
    #5
  6. Lebon14 Win User
    There's a reason why I put "?" at the end of my thread title, lol.
     
    Lebon14, Jul 31, 2015
    #6
  7. YOU
    You Win User
    And how is this a botnet again? Lol.
     
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