posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 05:34 AM
This is indeed highly suspicious since in normal cases the up is barely 15% of what the down is...but i am sure you know that already.
It's time to stop guessing and THOROUGHLY clean/check the computer. You can still spend time examining logs and firewalls etc...but whatever it is it
needs to go.
So...have a GOOD antivirus installed like Kaspersky....PLUS a good anti malware like malwarebytes. Let both of them do complete scans. ONE AV program
is not enough, you need to check for viruses and malware.
Also..do a check with "hijackthis"......AND (depending on your computer proficiency) you want to examine what starts up on your PC with
"autoruns". Both of those tools however require knowledge about what's ok to have running and what is suspicious. USUALLY....a run of Kaspersky and
Malwarebytes should find the most obvious viruses/malware.
If all this doesnt help and Kaspersky, Malwarebytes AND hijackthis and "autoruns" wont help finding whats going on you should do a complete
re-install of Windows. Furthermore, activate Firewall in Windows and have latest updates and definitions (windows defender). So much data transferred
is HIGHLY suspicious if not reason to freak....IMO...