internet tracking

I am having big problems with internet theft ............there is some one who is following my every internet move as far as websites i look at and they must know my passwords i go to a website or chat and my girl friend get an anonomus e-mail a few days later about every site i join ..is there an anti spyware that is good it has to be a key logger or something
JayKodaAsked:
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TwiStedHellCommented:
You also can download TDS3, Anti-Trojan program; http://tds.diamondcs.com.au/index.php?page=download

Try also Anti-Keylogger; www.anti-keylogger.net/aak.zip

good luck,
TwiStedHell
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tatoonCommented:
It's just your girlfriend who receives those anonymous emails?? That way sounds more like a conspiracy against you... usually everybody in your list gets those emails.

I'd use the programs that you've been told in the previous messages. And in case they dont find anything, install Zone Alarm (yeah, this program seems to be a wildcard for every problem :)) for some days. All the information the keylogger, trojan or whatever have gathered, must go outside your computer (to Internet) sometimes, so sometime Zone Alarm will pop up a message asking for permission for a strange program you havent executed.

Maybe that program is resident in memory too and waiting for someone (the bad guy) to connect to your computer. You can check which open ports your computer has. Tcpview or Visio are pretty good, they tell you which ports are opened and which programs have opened those ports.

Do some analysis in your PC, you will have to find the culprit somewhere.

Good luck.
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