Dear Webby: Keylogger intrusion attempt 



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From the Tech Support Pits: From: Rebecca Re: Key Logger intrusion attempt Hello Webby. I do not know if I am at the right email address for AngelEyes Cards but this was the only contact email address I could find. I would not bother if this were not important. I have a very sophisticated spyware program running in the background and while I was on AngelEyes and had just sent a card with poem and music, my spyware program had a pop up screen that told me there was a key logging program trying to load onto or access my computer!! The name of is was: paq keylog 5.0 I thought you needed to know this. Thank you for the sites you host. Take care and have a blessed Christmas and a safe New Year. Sincerely, Rebecca A. Dear Rebecca Sounds like the timing was just a coincidence. Angeleyes2.com is on a UNIX server and can't be infected with Windows programs. All it can do is show pages and send cards. Those key loggers and other hack programs just try one computer after another, until they find some unprotected grampa or gramma. It makes no difference what you got running or what you are visiting at the time, those programs are like burglars trying the back doors of all houses, to see if one is unlocked. As long as you are connected to te Internet, they can knock on your door. If you have a firewall, they go elsewhere. If you don't, they get in. That is why you use a fire-wall and anti-spyware and anti-virus programs. You would have seen the same warning, no matter what you did in the foreground. Just avoid using Internet Explorer and use FireFox or Opera instead. Have FUN! DearWebby

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