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Old 10-21-2013, 11:13 AM   #2
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Default Re: Ming Netowrk Monitor Home

look at the control panel or the files in the c:\program files folder and see either when the software was installed or when the folder containing the program was created.

Clearly if the folder was created 10 or 11 days ago whilst you were out, or whilst your other person (assume wife or husband) was in and using the computer then you probably have your answer.



of course it's not 100%, there could have been something installed by someone on your network, connecting remotely to your machine, it "could" be that some virus installed a keylogger/network monitor on your machine etc.

but I doubt it. why would someone clever enough to write a virus install a commercial bit of software, and only a demo version at that? writing key logging software is pretty easy. on the balance of probability your "other user" is probably lying to you.
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