I first noticed this earlier today when i was on steam.
I was downloading, went upstairs, and then when i came back it signed me out.
When i tried to enter my password i was wrong. i forget my passwords all the time so i thought this was one of those cases. When i opened steam again, after changing the password, it notified me that steam was signed in three times at a location with a different IP then me (That or it said three different attempts occured but i can't exactly remember). When i tried to figure out where the IP was it said it was invalid, so i assumed it was me. Later that day it signed me out again, and even though i remember the password it still acted as if it was invalid!
I decided not to change my password again fearing that it was indeed a keylogger, i noticed an email adressed to me from steam stating that someone tried to disable family view (Thank god i had it enabled, or it would of been able to access my items and possibly my credit info)
But i am starting to have doubts about if its actually a key logger. The reason for this is as follows:
- My original steam password is the same as my emails password (I had onyl changed it recently just in case) and he most likely say my email.
- I had actually typed in my steam family view passcode after i changed my password the first time. Leading me to question why it would even send an email to request it to be disable.
- If my password was in fact changed by this thing then it would of sent an email alerting of it. Not to mention you require an email in the first place to change the password, and it couldn't of changed my email or i wouldn't of received the other emails and because it had family view... I think you get it.
- I had looked up multiple videos to help me identify a keylogger.. I couldn't find anything.
I don't know anymore...
Is there a keylogger or am i just being paranoid?
Edit: I just ran MMB and found there to be 430 or so threats. All of which have been deleted.
Edit: My MMB "non-malware threats" or whatever its called, keeps spamming me with something like "vc3" i'll have to check later what its called.
Edit: I had logged onto my steam account again earlier, but this time i notified me of numerous other logins. A few where from the US, so i assume its me. but three or so where from the Russian Federation. P.S. just before i had signed onto steam a man asked to be my contact on skype. His location was listed as "Russia" so its possible he found my skype and friended me in an attempt to re-infect my computer with key logging program. What is the possibility of that? I blocked him immediately.
Edited by GeorgeSmith, 10 October 2015 - 10:32 PM.