Hola, Stanley here again.
First, Dauphin327 (she’s the owner of Penguin Phun and Penguin Lite) has a rather nice botnet going. This was discovered by a group known as PHPDevs. (They also hacked into Penguin Phun’s unsafe database, as well as getting into Astro Penguin’s database and servers, they have full database copies).
A botnet is a network of computers infected by a piece of malware and the computer is then controlled by the owner (in this case, Dauphin327). Your computers could have been used in illegal DoS/DDoS (Denial of Service attacks — when your computer attacks a website), or perhaps your passwords have been stolen. Run Malware Bytes Anti Malware (strongly recommended, full scan) and then change all of your passwords.
Screenshots that PHPDevs found:
You can thank PHPDevs for this. They’ve been “raiding” a lot.
NOTE: The PHPDevs removed the botnet database and subsequently “doxed” Dauphin327. The botnet is now inactive, although you should still scan to remove any traces in case it is some how brought back, or other malware was installed while you were infected.
IRC: irc.jsdev.me – #phpdevs