Your internet provider doesn't give a damn if you get DOS attacked or someone takes over your personal computer. If you think I'm kidding, just call your internet provider and see what if anything they are willing to do for you when you are DOS attacked or someone has taken control of your personal computer. The answer will be this--it's your computer, you fix it yourself and don't brother us about it.
Or try contacting the offending internet provider and see what type of response you get----you'll get NOTHING from them either. They'll deny it came from their members.
The only thing that is so important to warrant an investigation is if you get SPAMED, not hacked. They don't want spamiing going on because the corporate thugs don't want to get spamed either. It fills up their inbox, and they don't want that----but let someone try hacking their computers an all hell brakes loose. They'll go through the server logs until they find the offending computer and have an arrest warrant out in your name in less time it would take you to make a pot coffee. But they won't do that for you, the end user who has to go through them to get your e-mail messages go surfing.
They gladely take your money every month but when you want or need help---they won't lift a finger to help you trace down the hacker; it's not their concern at all. SPAM is what they get after. That's their number one top priority, not others hacking into your peersonal computer.
I want to convey to anyone reading this article. You are on your own if you are hacked, sent Denial of Service (DOS) pings , or anything that that limits your movement over the internet.
Really re-consider using online banking, no matter where or what isp you might be using, or what bank you do business with, you have to go through level3.net to check on your bank account. If you got hacked while doing business with your bank they won't help either, since you have to go through level3.net----the Biggest BACK DOOR you'll ever run into!
And don't ask CONGRESS for help either, they won't write and pass laws coverning the internet to protect the end user (US). But sure as hell they pass laws opening up the net to more SPAM.
Be aware, be well informed and stay alert to what is happening right in front of you, right under your nose, on what is taking place on the net.