Posted 30 June 2011 - 09:41 AM
I'm wondering if I may be able to get some help with a second opinion on my machine.
The background - Two days ago, I had someone grab my debit card info and make three large purchases from a business in the UK that runs about 50 different themed Web stores before my bank's fraud department picked up on it and locked the card down. This morning, two of the charges posted, and there's either a very odd coincidence in the items that were purchased, or whoever did it knows my recent browsing/shopping habits. There's one more transaction that hasn't completed posting yet, but in all three cases, I've never been on the Web sites where the charges are from. The first two transactions were from a headphone site and a sofa site. In the past month and a half or so, I'd done a bunch of reading/looking and ultimately purchase of new headphones and some gear to go with them. In the past week and a half, I've been looking online at new living room sets, specifically sofas. It's got me wondering if I have some sort of trojan/keylogger type thing on this box that I haven't been able to locate yet. It may just be complete coincidence, but I'm trying to be as thorough as I can.
I'm pretty careful about keeping up with scanning and checking this machine. It's now been scanned with several different tools, none of which are reporting finding anything amiss, other than the usual tracking cookies and a couple of false hits on files I know are safe. I've scanned with SpyBot, Malware Bytes, HitMan and AVG. I've got the AVG internet security suite running /current updates. I've also got SpywareBlaster installed/updated, and the SpyBot immunization, also updated. I'm running Win 7 64bit, custom built PC.
Any thoughts on what else to look for/scan for/try? It may be nothing at all, but the above just seems a bit *too* coincidental.