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Suspect someone is tracking my keystrokes

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#1 Cranqueen


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Posted 16 December 2010 - 04:07 PM

I got frustrated with it and was finally going to reset password, the Wizard says to keep a copy it will save to a removable drive F... I do NOT have a removable drive plugged into my computer. When I tried to choose another spot to save it, it ONLY offers the F drive! I suspect there is a virus or something installed masking itself as a removable drive. If I enter a NEW password, the trackers will then have all the info they need to take over my computer. The reason I am suspect is that if I just randomly enter wrong info as my password it allows me to put in anything I like, but if I put in the correct password it stops before I am complete, like it KNOWS the first five characters are right but it is running a program to figure out the remaining characters. This is really weird. I also am unable to visit certain websites that I used to order from or visit. Calenders.com and www.burchperch.blogspot.com.... Makes me suspect that this virus or whatever it is is disabling my ability to browse ALPHABETICALLY? I dunno... it is just plain weird!

Edit: Moved topic from All Other Applications to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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