To make a long story short: on October 24, 2018, I discovered that a person I went on a few dates with was accessing my computer remotely. I was a lot more naive about tech security then, which is why I was stupid enough to let them install an application on my computer called Remote Mouse a few months before…
For the last several years, I have struggled to eliminate this malware without much success, even though I’ve replaced most of my tech devices multiple times. This includes multiple routers by different companies, which is why I switched to gl-Inet in the hopes of not having to go through the same hell all over again.
(Edited for brevity, see screenshot with the full code (email redacted) attached).
As my name is one that rhymes with Jayden, the date I realized I was hacked was October 24th, and the domain listed is one based in China — I was a little concerned about what I was seeing.
I sent an email to the address listed, AND received a response. The person claimed to be a former Gl-inet employee, and told me to contact support about this issue.
I own 2 Creta routers, and one Mango router, and found this code in all of them; however, they were all connected to my primary network a few months ago when I once again began having computer issues.
Could anyone in this forum please review the code present on their router login page for a file called “mock.js” and let me know if it is present in their router as well??
Considering that I fear my emails, tech devices, and internet connection have all been compromised, I cannot help but think this is an attempt to gaslight me for something that is NOT normal.
Any replies on this would be incredibly appreciated.