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I think I'm hacked...?

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#1 hatingmyhubby


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Posted 11 April 2011 - 02:54 PM

Not sure if I've posted this in the correct place.. That being said, I believe there is a keylogger on my computer that is running pretty much undetected. My husband and I are getting ready to go through a divorce. After a fight we had today, I couldn't log in to facebook, or my email. Facebook said that I entered an old password. Someone changed it, and my email password. I had a pretty strong password. My soon to be ex husband is a Lead Network Adminstrator. He can do pretty much anything with computers. He has always set up my computers. I know for a fact he installed and uses the log me in program so he can address issuses from other places. I don't know if he has used this to install monitoring programs, but somehow, he got ahold of my password. I don't store them anywhere on my computer or the internet. I would like some suggestions on how I could check my computer for a keylogger? (Especially before he gets into my new email account.)

Thanks in advance!!!

Edited by hatingmyhubby, 11 April 2011 - 02:56 PM.

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Posted 11 April 2011 - 05:21 PM

If I may suggest, before you do anything you may think about talking to legal counsel and advising them first, of the situation. They may wish to preserve the 'evidence' or record it before it's removed. This may help you in your divorce proceedings.

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#3 marcink99


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Posted 23 April 2011 - 08:16 PM

its very possible that he installed a keyloger through logmein. http://dewasoft.com/privacy/kldetector.htm Check this out I have not used it but it detects/removes keyloggers

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