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 Post subject: Hacked SSD has hidden partition in "dead sector" help?
PostPosted: February 12th, 2019, 12:41 
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Greetings,

Recently I had the unfortunate opportunity to obtain a Conficker worm which created a backdoor for mr hacker to hop on over to my Linux drive.

I'm trying to clean this PC and a brand new SSD suddenly is reporting bad sectors which was strange. I formatted the drive and wiped the empty space, and about 1 hour after getting back online, this hacker strikes again with some kind of heartbleed attack and my kernel crashed. Upon reboot, logs indicate something like dbus session created. I don't recall specifically; BUT previously he was accessing this drive through a hacked M.2 windows drive by bridging the bus and creating a terminal session.

ANYWAY! I know this drive has some kind of hidden and protected partition in an area with sectors marked as dead. How do I go about restoring this drive?......because formatting didn't do the trick, neither did secure wipe in UEFI.

Anyone know how to fix this?


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