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Letters from a Victim of Hackers + Hookers + Pimps
Double click “Local Policies” on the top picture, right pane. You will then see the second Window with the drop down menu to your right. Click “Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL + ALT + Del” and make sure that the selection is “disabled.” Click “OK” and exit. Restart or reboot your computer.
But first, look at the “System Protection” window above and make sure that the protection is “On,” like what I have on mine. If it is “Off,” click “Configure” and turn it “On.” Click “OK.” Next click “Create” to create your Restore point, today’s date, and click “OK.” But before you do this, do you see that “System Restore” bar up higher on the screen? That’s where you can undo the system changes that hackers, hookers, and pimps had made to your computer that caused your device to become unstable, by reverting to an earlier date when your computer’s configuration was still intact, a date that you created or a different date that the computer has automatically generated for you. There you have it, how to create your "Restore point," and how to you can revert your system to a previous date before hackers made the unwanted changes.
Under Method 2 you would do the same, push the Windows key + R. But instead of entering “netplwiz” you would enter “secpol.msc” and click “OK”. The next Window that pops up looks like one of these below,