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  1. #1


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    Are these processes normal...Any indication of spyware - malware???
    Are these processes normal.... Anyone willing to go throught them?
    Million thanks guys!!!!





    423 AAM Updates Notifier
    510 Activity Monitor
    513 activitymonitord root 0.6
    184 AirPort Base Station Agent l (64 bit)
    1830 AppCleaner ironsav 0.0 3 17.8 MB Intel
    786 AppleMobileDeviceHelper ironsav 0.0 3 2.9 MB Intel
    313 AppleSpell.service ironsav 0.0 2 8.4 MB Intel (64 bit)
    41 autofsd root 0.0 2 664 KB Intel (64 bit)
    40 blued root 0.0 3 2.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    13 configd root 0.0 6 2.5 MB Intel (64 bit)
    88 coreaudiod _coreaudiod 0.0 3 6.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    52 coreservicesd root 0.0 4 45.6 MB Intel (64 bit)
    78 cvmsServ root 0.0 1 624 KB Intel (64 bit)
    267 dbfseventsd root 0.0 2 1.4 MB Intel
    15 DirectoryService root 0.0 6 4.3 MB Intel (64 bit)
    12 diskarbitrationd root 0.0 2 1.5 MB Intel (64 bit)
    46 distnoted daemon 0.0 2 1.5 MB Intel (64 bit)
    112 Dock ironsav 0.0 3 21.7 MB Intel (64 bit)
    196 Dropbox ironsav 0.1 17 27.7 MB Intel
    34 dynamic_pager root 0.0 1 436 KB Intel (64 bit)
    114 Finder ironsav 0.0 11 315.8 MB Intel (64 bit)
    2447 Flash Player (Safari Internet plug-in) ironsav 0.1 11 63.0 MB Intel
    136 fontd ironsav 0.0 2 4.8 MB Intel (64 bit)
    32 fseventsd root 0.0 14 2.2 MB Intel (64 bit)
    31 hidd root 0.0 4 1.5 MB Intel (64 bit)
    457 iAntiVirus ironsav 0.0 3 8.1 MB Intel
    459 iavd root 97.3 6 43.0 MB Intel
    378 iCal ironsav 0.0 2 12.0 MB Intel (64 bit)
    2320 Image Capture Extension ironsav 0.0 2 6.6 MB Intel (64 bit)
    784 iTunes ironsav 0.1 16 45.3 MB Intel
    192 iTunes Helper ironsav 0.0 3 3.3 MB Intel (64 bit)
    0 kernel_task root 0.9 64 186.1 MB Intel
    29 KernelEventAgent root 0.0 4 676 KB Intel (64 bit)
    10 kextd root 0.0 2 7.2 MB Intel (64 bit)
    1 launchd root 0.0 3 796 KB Intel (64 bit)
    93 launchd ironsav 0.0 2 828 KB Intel (64 bit)
    28 loginwindow ironsav 0.2 2 8.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    27 mDNSResponder _mdnsresponder 0.0 4 2.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    26 mds root 0.0 5 111.0 MB Intel (64 bit)
    2486 mdworker ironsav 0.0 3 31.0 MB Intel (64 bit)
    2502 MiddleClick ironsav 0.0 3 3.5 MB Intel
    11 notifyd root 0.0 2 440 KB Intel (64 bit)
    17 ntpd root 0.0 1 764 KB Intel (64 bit)
    132 pboard ironsav 0.0 1 488 KB Intel (64 bit)
    1427 Preview ironsav 0.0 2 30.5 MB Intel (64 bit)
    1817 Safari ironsav 0.9 10 487.4 MB Intel (64 bit)
    23 securityd root 0.0 2 3.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    185 SIMBL Agent ironsav 0.0 4 7.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    2534 socketfilterfw root 0.0 3 3.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    195 Speech Synthesis Server ironsav 0.0 2 2.2 MB Intel (64 bit)
    14 syslogd root 0.0 4 652 KB Intel (64 bit)
    20 SystemStarter root 0.0 2 628 KB Intel (64 bit)
    113 SystemUIServer ironsav 0.0 4 21.1 MB Intel (64 bit)
    19 usbmuxd _usbmuxd 0.0 3 2.0 MB Intel (64 bit)
    177 UserEventAgent ironsav 0.0 3 3.8 MB Intel (64 bit)

    45 WDDMService root 0.0 3 604 KB Intel
    44 WDSmartWareD root 0.0 10 4.1 MB Intel
    189 WDSmartWareStatusMenu ironsav 0.0 3 2.6 MB Intel
    1823 WebKitPluginAgent ironsav 0.0 2 984 KB Intel (64 bit)
    60 WindowServer _windowserver 0.1 5 107.6 MB Intel (64 bit)

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    can someone be spying my mac book
    I also posted in the lounge just in case....Ok heres the deal guys. I was chatting with one of my friends the other day. we where using skype at some point i wanted to shear my screen with him on skype and i enabled shearscreen on skype. He started saying that from now on he can see what ever i do on my mac and that he was going to send me my internet browser history.He hasn't send it yet but who knows. Personaly i think he is joking i hope so. Now is it possible that he achieved to spy on me or it is quite impossible. He has no physical contact with my mac. The only thing we did was that he send me some pictures (i think they were plain images) and i sherd my screen with him for some time. I did a scan with mac scan but nothing suspicious was found. So what do you think guys is he BSing or he is legit??? Thanx a lot

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    Can someone be spying my mac book
    i have also posted the processes on an other thread!!!!

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    He is pulling your whatsit to show how smart he is. If it is a real concern change your password and remove MacScan as a suggestion.

    And no doubt our moderators will advise you of their view on multiple posts. When one hits Get New all new threads come up so once is enough.
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    Why are you so paranoid?

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    hhahah I am??? Because a guy just told me that he is haching my computer i think he is lying though and i wanted to check it out....

    I was chatting with him the other day. we where using skype at some point i wanted to shear my screen with him on skype and i enabled shearscreen on skype. He started saying that from now on he can see what ever i do on my mac and that he was going to send me my internet browser history.He hasn't send it yet but who knows. Personaly i think he is joking i hope so. Now is it possible that he achieved to spy on me or it is quite impossible. He has no physical contact with my mac. The only thing we did was that he send me some pictures (i think they were plain images) and i sherd my screen with him for some time. I did a scan with mac scan but nothing suspicious was found. So what do you think guys is he BSing or he is legit??? Thanx a lot

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    You've asked this several times in different threads (and keep starting new ones for some reason) even though it was answered (by me among others) in the first one. You're going to be pretty unwelcome around here if you keep doing this.

    The answer I gave you is that this person is full of crap, but why on earth would you waste your valuable time talking to someone who is trying to scare you like that?

    Also, uninstall Mac Scan and all that crap. Macs don't have viruses, and the only way to hack a Mac is with the cooperation of the owner.

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    thx
    Thanx a lot dude so there is no way for him to do this???
    Appreciate the answer!!!!

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    cheers
    Cheers mate thanks for he reply. First of all sorry for the multiple post thing i was a bit off yesterday and indeed reposted it. I did not see your other reply only the first post maybe it was erased... So no way for him to hack on my mac through skype???

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    How many different folks do you need to have answer the question.
    Any particular reason to ask it again after being answered?

    And why in the world would you share your screen with someone except tech support?
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    Note: Merged duplicate threads.

    How many different folks do you need to have answer the question.
    Any particular reason to ask it again after being answered?

    And why in the world would you share your screen with someone except tech support?
    Thanx dudes but I have only got 2 answers and they both say that he is full of crap and he is trying to prank me. But no one comments on my question if what I describe Is actually possible?

    Sorry to have this repeated again....

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    Repeating one last time: the only way to hack a Mac [remotely] is with the cooperation of the owner.

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