How can i get un-hijacked to join a network i want

I am not allowed online most of the time with the people who have hijacked all my pc's and router.
I seem to be on two different routers..I use speccy and it's saying i am connected to a plusnet
router. My ISP is Talk Talk. When i ring Talk Talk they lie and say i am online and secure. I know
talk talk are working with these hijackers

Can anyone advise me as i am a bit lost about what to do. This has been going on for 4 years.
I am not quiet about it. I share what is going on in my facebook pages. That has caused severe
censorship. I have tried to communicate with these people which they find offensive and punish
me online..

I am 54, live on my own, i am new to computing. So this to me is like the lowest of the low..

Thi is robbing vulnerable Grannies...

HELP PLEASE...strong text


Go to

That's the router you're connected to. Stop worrying.

This is mot my only problem...I don't even understand what you mean by ''Go to''

My wish is to be able to join a network, like this one and use the domain name...

This might be a good starting point:

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From what I can tell, you are connected through "Talk Talk"

I'm not sure what you are trying to say when you say "Network"

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A domain is an administrative boundary, think of it as a police jurisdiction; say I have filled out some paperwork and then lodged it along with any fees to register a domain name called Then there would be a domain called that I own & control. I could do whatever I wanted with the name, set up servers to provide services, create public records that point to it so others can find it, etc.

I could have done all that without the domain name just by setting up a network, but certain things would be more difficult, I'll just keep the scenario simple for now anyway.

The distinction is that a network is just a bunch of digital devices connected by some media that allows them to communicate with each other, whereas a domain is a named collection of such things within which there is a some agent of control & administration.

You're distressed about not having access to or control over how you think this all works, but I think perhaps it is best to remain calm & read, read, read. Don't get riled up if you don't follow every last detail or concept, just make a nice cup & have some cookies on hand, your favourite music playing in the background. Just start your journey of getting familiar with network & internet basics. Here's some tips:

  1. Get a good antivirus, choice is yours, here are some free ones people swear by: Avira, Avast,
  2. Keep your system & browser updated
  3. Trust no one few & remain vigilant
  4. Some reading:

You can put that into the address bar of your browser, whether that's an address you can get to I don''t know.

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Your answers are much appreciated.

This is not a new thing. My machines have been hacked for 4 or 5 years now.
I have grown to accept this as i know the only way to stay safe is learn. This has been very
hard as i knew nothing about computers at all..I find youtube videos very good. I have to see
what to do as the names and technical names meant nothing to me..I am also happy with what i
have learned.

I followed Anonymous when i started my cyber journey. I am an activist. Now i know i am
punished for being a very loud activist and being good at what i researched. Mainly the
environment and the Deep Water Horizon ..This is a no go area as far as i can see. I believe
i am being allowed to be kept quiet..

And thanks very much for the suggestions to stop me being distressed. I do use them all.. I
love art, love learning and love my cyber world. I also want to move forward and sell on internet.
Right now this is practically impossible because i have to surf locally and publically.

This is why i joined this forum. There is too much i will never understand and need to ask..

This is the information from that ip..

Thank you everyone for the feed back...

? Not sure i understood that.

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What part??

Some of my art...


Qain is the only thing i understood. ??

I try to learn each day to stay safe online..

Can anyone tell me if i should have these two settings on please



Just take the blue pill.

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In brief:

Don't worry so much about domains for now, you'll just get confused, accept that they are a named boundary for someone's administrative control (private individuals can have their own domain, ISP's have domains, google have many domains).

Networks are a collection of connected devices able to talk to each other.

In long:

LAN (Local Area Network): You have a computer, it is connected to a device in your local network which acts like a kind of comms hub, all the devices in your local network are probably connected to it & therefore each other.

Internet & WAN (Wide Area Network): Networks that span a geographically wide area are called WANs, don't worry so much about this for now I raised it just to get you thinking about local-vs-remote & hubs+spokes, just know that the internet is a very, very large network of all devices that are capable of reaching & talking to each other using the various protocols and media in use therein. Your LAN has a connection to an outside network which we all know as the Internet. Local devices can reach the Internet through your Default Gateway.

Default Gateway: called such because it is the 'gate' that leads to 'other', non-local places, things beyond your local network, and default because there could be more than one so you need a default in case of any doubt. If something cannot be found locally or is known to be located in another network, well, guess which route we'll be taking? That's right, and yes, that's why routers are called such, anyways...

At this point I recommend you grab a nice big pad & start drawing a diagram, hub & spoke style, where your PC is a node connected by a spoke to your gateway device (the box supplied by your ISP) which itself is in turn connected to another hub (something in your ISP it talks to/thru). To flesh it out with details press the "Windows logo" + R keys on your keyboard to open a run dialog, then type cmd then hit Enter.

Copy and paste this code into the command line window you just opened and hit Enter:

ipconfig /all

This will show you all the IP configuration for your system;
If you are using wired networking, scroll up & look for "Ethernet adapter".
If you are using wireless networking scroll up & look for "Wireless LAN adapter".

  • Physical Address: aka MAC Address, hex, unique to that specific network interface, gets assigned an IP address
  • DHCP Enabled: autoconfigure networking protocol, is either Yes|No
  • IPv4 Address: 4 octets of Internet Protocol v4 networking address for this interface on this PC in the LAN
  • Subnet Mask: a topic for later, if at all, probably not, may cause insanity, stick with
  • Default Gateway: where your computer looks to reach outside of the LAN, it is the IP address of the device likely provided by your ISP, and would be the one you put into the address bar of your web browser to find it's management pages, if it has any
  • DNS Servers: the address(es) of the Domain Name System server(s) being used, DNS is the telephone directory used by and for computers to look up each others names to find the addresses where you can dial them up and go "WazzUuuuuuuuuuuuup!"; when this borks out it is the most common cause of "The internet's broken" complaints, becoz, y'know, can't be found...

Use this tool to scan the LAN for your devices & gather their details for your diagram: SoftPerfect freeware Network Scanner

All you need to do is give it a start IP and an end IP to scan between, for the IP address you posted earlier it'd be: -


@Rango @SynAck @gasbaggeezer @Zavar

I have learned a little more tonight..

Thank you all for response...

This last one .... Given up for tonight...

Off to do some Art..

My head Hurts..

Art is a good remedy. Bookmark this topic

come back, go thru the things I posted for you, make the diagram, it'll start falling into place

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Thank you very much. I will book mark and make this my list to go through tomorrow..I am not quick with technical

language but i am very patient..

I use speccy to try and help me understand what is going on. So far it has helped me a lot..

Now i know how to flag too...

I have been using the 'lP /all'

I have managed to get rid of malware through registry in the past..

A big handful. ;)