My computer got severely hacked into by ppl with malicious and criminal intent. They shut down my antivirus program and changed my ip address (it's a very long story but basically I was a victim of a scam over the phone). Luckily I was able to remove the keyloggers and spyware/password savers that were detected by performing a full scan using malware bytes. After those were quarantined and deleted my computer was for the most part back to full working order with my antivirus program coming back to life. After further performing check ups through my vipre antivrus and tune up utilities software it appears as though my computer is fine on the surface, but I obviously want to have that piece of mind and security knowing that there are no hidden viruses/malware deep within the system that were not discovered. ****The reason I say this is because multiple different knowledgeable and savvy technicians and computer experts that I've talked to have said that there are all sorts of keylog/rootkit and other harmful forms of bugs and malware that cannot be detected by the average antivirus/malware removal program. However apparently when you take in your computer to a repair business the technicians are able to inspect and clean much deeper because they use a variety of different tools and sophisticated methods to search the computer for problems. Is this true? I would really like the piece of mind knowing that my computer is completely free of the garbage that infested it, so I should probably pay to get it professionally inspected right? I mean were talking about a lot of personal information at stake including banking details and everything!