OK here’s an update. I just got a chance to take a look at the last computer that hacker got into via teamview. I checked the log, and there wasn’t a Teamviewer ID, so for sure the hacker was able to hack my master account password to teamviewer. Then uses the teamview account login name password to get into all the computer listed in my account in a flash.
The teamviewer log from the last computer hacker got into indicated that there was no other teamviewer ID than my master ID that got in. So apparently the hacker somehow was able to get a hold of my teamview master account. I have all my Teamview program uninstalled and probably will reinstall it for now, unless I feel the need for it and probably will take extra precaution, meaning strong password and do not ever use unattended login session, and once done, always exit out of Teamviewer.
At the moment, what I’m doing is retrieve all my dogecoin wallet and send it to one dogecoin account, and perhaps to cryptsy since I have a verified account with cryptsy, then convert it to BTC once all moved to there. Once I converted to BTC, I will move it to my local computer and back it up to a DVD ROM, USB, and an encrypted online storage, off course multiple encryption secure. Once done, I will delete it off the local computer. Then once Bitcoin up in the 1000s I can retrieve it back, it’s a good idea to check up your backup once in a while like monthly just to be sure it’s still good.
Stay tuned, I will have more update on this adventure of life after getting Teamviewer account hacked.