Thanks for letting me know the updates for firmware on HughesNet modems are automatic. No need for me to investigate being live hacked with Norton 360 installed on my previous new laptop at this location by a Geek Squad team member out of Macon, Georgia since downloading directly from the Norton website had been impossible using my private residential HughesNet service.
Best Regards to future investigators
Ha, you can't even spell 'naive'.
You're a nieve person. It was hacked and I will not argue a ridiculous point.
There was absolutely NO call for such rudeness. Mark was simply pointing out the fact that the only way your modem could be hacked is if there was malicious code downloaded to your system and executed. There is no other way. Hackers cannot find your system otherwise.
He's also far from naive. He's quite knowledgeable when it comes to HughesNet, networking, the internet and computers in general.
Never correct a man when he's projecting.
I'm most grateful for other experts, with no interest in promoting a particular company, providing advice concerning actual events that had already occurred in real time.
Thief of services was already happening when I became a customer. I do not enjoy arguing mute points, so thanks again concerning the firmware situation.