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Author Topic: Question for the techie guys  (Read 2871 times)

Offline Drillakilla

A couple of years ago my missus installed a program in my computer that logged keystrokes and websites visited, so got to see all my arranged meets on aw and of course the emails about how the last punt was so good etc. Plus she caught me out using swingers websites meeting girls, so yeah I kind of fucked up.


Since then I only use my iPad for this site and anything 'dodgy'

Ive just had my PC wiped clean by a friend and returned as it was running like a bitch. Is there anything I can do to prevent her from installing a similar program or even check if one has been installed, it's only been back in the house 3 days so there is always that possibility again.

I tried installing a couple of media programs and iTunes on to the c drive to be told I didn't have permission, which meant I had to save in 'my documents' then run the program from there.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, and a big fuck you to all the shitty companies that provide spyware programs to spy on partners That can break up marriages....cunts!!

I know we can log in different profiles, but that would make her suspicious and think I have something to hide....swear to god the girls paranoid :lol:
« Last Edit: March 31, 2015, 07:41:52 PM by Drillakilla »
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If you're not to good with computers i would stay with the ipad. Keep in mind that even if you get advice over here lack of familiarity can result in you missing something and getting caught again.
If your wife is not a techie herself the programs will be on the list found at: start = > controls panel = > programs and features. That is under windows 7

You can view currently running processes by pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL and starting up task manager. If you see something suspicious you can switch it off over there. You're risking switching off something useful by mistake or she might notice you switched it off which will cause suspicion.

Both of these require you being able to identify said program by name.

If you find the name on either list you might try switching it on to check if you can pause it for the duration. She might have to running at the same time though or the one that you will pause might log the fact it was paused and so on...

Also it might be a different one to the one she used before or have some weird name that might not draw your attention. If you can stay anonymous on the ipad don't risk it. Keep your pc clean of evidence.

You must be a charmer if she stayed with you after finding out that kind of stuff.
« Last Edit: March 31, 2015, 07:51:55 PM by justfornow »

Offline Drillakilla

If you're not to good with computers i would stay with the ipad. Keep in mind that even if you get advice over here lack of familiarity can result in you missing something and getting caught again.
If your wife is not a techie herself the programs will be on the list found at: start = > controls panel = > programs and features. That is under windows 7

You can view currently running processes by pressing CTRL + ALT + DEL and starting up task manager. If you see something suspicious you can switch it off over there. You're risking switching off something useful by mistake or she might notice you switched it off which will cause suspicion.

Both of these require you being able to identify said program by name.

If you find the name on either list you might try switching it on to check if you can pause it for the duration. She might have to running at the same time though or the one that you will pause might log the fact it was paused and so on...

Also it might be a different one to the one she used before or have some weird name that might not draw your attention. If you can stay anonymous on the ipad don't risk it. Keep your pc clean of evidence.

You must be a charmer if she stayed with you after finding out that kind of stuff.

Thanks for that, I have a little knowledge on computers and know what you're talking about. I was under the impression that the programs installed were so good, they don't even show up on task manager or show as something unrecognisible, hence their subterfuge nature.

I also think a sub can be used too, I'm not sure if this acts alone and mines the info on its own, or has to work in conjunction with an installed program.
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You're right to think it might not show up or it might show up with a different weird name. If there is a chance she got something like that running just use your ipad man. Fiddling about with it only to find out you missed one thing or that your activity itself was logged and discovered is just to risky in my opinion.

Oh and make sure she won't lay her hands on your ipad :D

Download and install the free version of Malwarebytes Antimalware. Use it to scan your pc and it'll find and give you the option to remove anything like a keylogger (the app which records your keystrokes) but you'll probably need administrator privileges to install it, though. Ask your friend (the one who wiped the pc for you) if you need to get the administrator password.

https://www.malwarebytes.org/

Unless you set up an account for your wife and one for yourself, both password protected, if that raises suspicion stay with ipad.

For added security download Atomic Web Browser from App Store, you can set it as password protected and hide it in a folder on your ipad, means she cant look at your browse history. there is also a private mode that deletes all history when you log out of it

Offline Iloveoral

Key logging software won't show up in programs running (ctr-del-alt) or anything like that, I've used it myself on a few occasions, long story but it did the job and was undetectable, as advised by other use an iPad or similar remembering to clear browsing history every time  or better.... apple allow 'private browsing mode' so nothing is stored, turn it on, do your thing, turn it off, there's no history of sites or passwords

The only way your going to stop her installing software is to remove admin rights to her login, this will start alarm bells in her head straight away.

99% of women out there wouldn't think about key logging or be able to Install it correctly, I'm guessing she's not that stupid, don't use a shared pic matey simple as that!!

Be safe and good luck :)

Offline MrFluffy

Always do the simplest thing in life.  Divorce her - and punt free of conscience.   It's difficult to live a lie.
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Offline Drillakilla

Key logging software won't show up in programs running (ctr-del-alt) or anything like that, I've used it myself on a few occasions, long story but it did the job and was undetectable, as advised by other use an iPad or similar remembering to clear browsing history every time  or better.... apple allow 'private browsing mode' so nothing is stored, turn it on, do your thing, turn it off, there's no history of sites or passwords

The only way your going to stop her installing software is to remove admin rights to her login, this will start alarm bells in her head straight away.

99% of women out there wouldn't think about key logging or be able to Install it correctly, I'm guessing she's not that stupid, don't use a shared pic matey simple as that!!

Be safe and good luck :)

Thanks, I suspected that may be the case. Fucking sneaky software companies, they should go in the cunts thread!!
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Offline SirFrank

She sounds like a devious cunt to me. Instead of fucking around with your pc, kick the bitch into touch. You know it makes sense
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Download and install the free version of Malwarebytes Antimalware. Use it to scan your pc and it'll find and give you the option to remove anything like a keylogger (the app which records your keystrokes) but you'll probably need administrator privileges to install it, though. Ask your friend (the one who wiped the pc for you) if you need to get the administrator password.

https://www.malwarebytes.org/

Excellent and simple advice. It works.
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Offline Bluefin

I would never trust a PC. Any browsing on AW or here is done on my smartphone in incognito mode with history wiped after for good measure. I am also the only one who knows my phone password. :D

Offline sam55

A couple of years ago my missus installed a program in my computer that logged keystrokes and websites visited, so got to see all my arranged meets on aw and of course the emails about how the last punt was so good etc.

WTF???
And you're still together????
What prompted her to do such a thing? I'd have pretty serious reservations about a partner that did that or if I ever felt the need to do it.


Offline Siadwel

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I tried installing a couple of media programs and iTunes on to the c drive to be told I didn't have permission, which meant I had to save in 'my documents' then run the program from there.

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That sounds like the account you're using isn't an Admin account, or the User Controls are turned up too high. Get the Admin password off your (supposed) mate, go into User Accounts in Control Panel, change yours to an Administrator account, create another non-admin account for your should-soon-to-be-ex, turn off the User Account Controls. Job's a good 'un.

Take control of your computer, mate, or buy her a laptop and draw a specific line between hers and yours.

Offline bensonhedges20

Update your ipad and ensure its always on the latest software. If your lazy then it can be jailbroken and keylogger and an image emailer can easily be installed.

Only way round it is to avoid the jailbreak by kewping it on the latest software.

P.s if you have been caught once then she knows you still do it. you need to cover your tracks or keep a seperate phone/pad in order to not get caught
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Offline bensonhedges20

That sounds like the account you're using isn't an Admin account, or the User Controls are turned up too high. Get the Admin password off your (supposed) mate, go into User Accounts in Control Panel, change yours to an Administrator account, create another non-admin account for your should-soon-to-be-ex, turn off the User Account Controls. Job's a good 'un.

Take control of your computer, mate, or buy her a laptop and draw a specific line between hers and yours.

You can download disks off the net that can bypass the password in minutes.
Even soccer moms can do it
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Offline Iloveoral

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P.s if you have been caught once then she knows you still do it. you need to cover your tracks or keep a seperate phone/pad in order to not get caught
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I'm going to agree with that, if she has been at your heels before theres more than a chance she's going to be all over your ass again, Deffo no more shared pc access matey it's not worth risking it


Offline Siadwel

You can download disks off the net that can bypass the password in minutes.
Even soccer moms can do it

Well, I'm definitely more computer-literate than your average 'soccer mom', but in twenty years of using those 'download disks off the net', none of them has worked 'in minutes'. Maybe you can recommend one that does?

A shared iPad is even worse, not even a multi-user/multi-account device. Anything one person does on it is there for all to see, unless history is wiped or you use incognito/in private browsing, not always possible, especially if she's a suspicious bunny. At least some Android devices can accommodate multiple user accounts.

Bottom line, if the OP can't guarantee privacy on his own pc, buy another one, they're cheap enough.

EDIT: I have never, ever in twenty years of owning one, shared my pc with anyone else. Including the ex.
« Last Edit: March 31, 2015, 11:54:39 PM by Siadwel »

Offline JackDaniels

Download and install the free version of Malwarebytes Antimalware. Use it to scan your pc and it'll find and give you the option to remove anything like a keylogger (the app which records your keystrokes) but you'll probably need administrator privileges to install it, though. Ask your friend (the one who wiped the pc for you) if you need to get the administrator password.

https://www.malwarebytes.org/

This would only find malicious keyloggers that your computer had been infected with, not a legitimate program that had been installed by the system administrator.

I'd have a look at the 'Uninstall or change a program' list. (Start>Computer)

This would only find malicious keyloggers that your computer had been infected with, not a legitimate program that had been installed by the system administrator.

I'd have a look at the 'Uninstall or change a program' list. (Start>Computer)

Oh really? Name one, please? I'm genuinely intrigued  :)

Offline Iloveoral

From my experience, decent key logging software doesn't show up on the uninstall list either JD

before you hit that far the software would have emailed your clicks to your missus anyways

Simple answer, shared pc - no

Offline JackDaniels

Oh really? Name one, please? I'm genuinely intrigued  :)

Keystroke logging software isn't illegal to download on your own system. People in this thread are confused, his misses didn't hack him or infect the computer with a virus.

She would have simply downloaded one of these:

http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=keylogger&platform=Windows%2CMac%2CiOS%2CAndroid%2CWebware%2CMobile&searchtype=downloads


Offline Roth

She sounds like a devious cunt to me. Instead of fucking around with your pc, kick the bitch into touch. You know it makes sense

Yep must be easier to ditch the wife surely?  :D :D.

Keystroke logging software isn't illegal to download on your own system. People in this thread are confused, his misses didn't hack him or infect the computer with a virus.

She would have simply downloaded one of these:

http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=keylogger&platform=Windows%2CMac%2CiOS%2CAndroid%2CWebware%2CMobile&searchtype=downloads

That's understood. No confusion here. It's the bit about a ligitimately installed keylogger not showing up on a scan using Malwarebytes Antimalware that I'm asking you to provide an example of. Are you able to?

Offline JackDaniels

That's understood. No confusion here. It's the bit about a ligitimately installed keylogger not showing up on a scan using Malwarebytes Antimalware that I'm asking you to provide an example of. Are you able to?

Why would legitimate software show up on a adware/malware/virus scanner?


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