• Report: #89258

Complaint Review: Alyon Technologies

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  • Submitted: Tue, April 27, 2004
  • Updated: Fri, May 07, 2004

  • Reported By:olathe Kansas
Alyon Technologies
Www.alyon.net Nationwide U.S.A.

Alyon Technologies is back in business it looks like, deceptively dialing hijacking internet connection ripoff Atlanta Internet
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*Consumer Suggestion: Get a firewall

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Just tonight I was surfing and a popup came up that had a lot of French writing and SMS XXX on it. I tried Alt-F4 about 20 times to no avail. The popup stayed on top even when I opened several other windows. Right clicking then close did not work.

I suspected another Alyon ripoff as this was just like it happened a year ago. I didn't click Yes or No on the popup. I brought up task manager and ended it, Task Manager labeled this INFORMATION. I disconnected and then re-connected only to find a different username(ConnInts2) and password populated in another dialup connection box. It looks like they added another dialup session and renamed mine OLD.

Then my computer modem, all by itself-- I AM NOT KIDDING, started dialing the long string of numbers 1010288 0116773108307. The 1010288 is a carrier code and the rest looks like an international number. This was all created without my consent and without my even knowing it. I looked at my computer desktop and there was an icon with a lady's face that said "Dating" and two more icons, one said "SMS" and the other said "XXX". I removed all of them. I wonder if Alyon is getting braver now that they think they're winning in the courts?

Richard
olathe, Kansas
U.S.A.

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AUTHOR: Mark - (U.S.A.)

You really need a firewall. ZoneAlarm is excellent and free. Also, Panicware has a free product called pop up stopper. It will end the issue with hijacks. Last, but not least, download and install Spybot Search and Destroy. It will clean your PC of all the garbage this attack left behind (also freeware).
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