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Keylogger Infections

Attention PC users:

Keyloggers are a form of "spyware" by which others can monitor every keystroke on your PC, including your passwords, bank accounts, credit card numbers, and so on.  They can be very difficult to remove from your PC and can cost you a great deal of time, money and effort.   In order to avoid getting infected by these, keep your operating system patches up to date, and run antivirus software regularly along with an anti-spyware and adware-removal program.  Monitor what programs are running on your PC and stop and inspect any unusual ones.  Running a firewall will not necessarily stop a keylogger infection, but can limit its spread. 

If you are infected by a keylogger virus, most standard anti-virus programs such as Symantec and McAfee can detect and remove such threats as long as your anti-virus signature files are kept up to date. 

If we discover your CM or Pacer account has been compromised, we will be forced to lock your account and create a new password for you.