Woman Victimized By Keylogger Spyware
Joy Mills said she is extremely careful when using her computer. Despite changing her account passwords every few months and never doing business with unsecure Web sites, someone broke through her defenses, according to a WJXT-TV report. She found out after she couldn't log into her Yahoo account. "I got an e-mail on my business account saying that my password had been changed and my account had been canceled," Mills said. Mills knew something was wrong, and soon learned that someone had hacked into her accounts and starting changing her passwords.
"I was a little spooked, because I do a lot on eBay," Mills told WJXT's Casey Black. "Then I realized that that password had been changed, too." local6.com - News - Woman Victimized By 'Keylogger' Spyware
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