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#1 CanadianChic


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Posted 26 March 2010 - 07:42 PM

Hi, recently I have discovered that my credit card has been used for purchases I did not purchase. The card in question has only been used by me for an online purchase at one store in the States. Since that purchase many other purchases have shown up on my card. How could this person get my card info, after searching the net I found out about keylogger software, I think this might of happened to my computer.. My question is , how can I tell if someone logged onto my computer and put this in it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have ran many antivirus programs, and spyware but they have not detected anything. I have been running McAfee total protection and it is always updated so how could this virus have gotten through undetected. Hope someone can help

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