Mahone Posted July 30, 2009 Report Share Posted July 30, 2009 He told her he left an "angel" behind to keep her company. That's practically an open admission of guilt (installing a trojan). EVERY trojan has a key logger which is how he got her e-mail password in the first place. And since he has the trojan on her computer if she changes her password, he'll still be able to get it and cause more trouble.That's possible but still doubtful. In my previous post I stated that I believed he was trying to scare her. People come to me all the time with scenarios similar to this. As I stated before, 95% of the time, it turns out they haven't done any "hacking" at all, they simply saw them type in their password.He most likely told her he had installed a program on her computer to scare her into thinking he was better than he actually is.Also, not every trojan contains a keylogger. There are many different reasons for trojans, a lot of them have no need for keylogging as that wasn't their purpose. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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