CAREFUL AT CYBER CAFE
Never be nonchalant about using a cyber cafe just because you have a complicated password. Or have chosen a corner seat where no snoopy slimeball can peek at your login information. The machine could have a keylogger, a clipboard logger or similar spyware installed to capture and save whatever you type in. Always avoid any sort of financial transactions on a public terminal.
For locations, cyber cafes carry and a USB public pen Internet drive which ( has www.aplin.com.au) Neo’s Safe keys on it. This mouse-based keyboard program stalls keyloggers by allowing you to mouse-click your password on an on-screen keyboard instead of typing it out on keyboard—thus stalling a keystroke trapper from recording your login details. Your password with Safekeys keyboard appears within a “*****” mask. You simply select the “*****” and drag-drop it onto the password box of your online login form. Another good option is Anti Keylogger Shield (http://is.gd/ae7eue)
Ensure accounts, you’ve and clear logged the out browser’s of all your history and cache. Also, before you login always keep your eyes peeled for checkboxes that say “Remember my password” or “Remember my email address”. It will take only a second to uncheck these but could save you lifetime of grief.