Last week it was discovered that the criminals behind the malware called Citadel had a component that captured keystrokes to get into popular password management software. Rarely do the “automatic” or “set it and forget it” anti-virus/anti-malware software systems work. Why not? Usually it’s because the hackers learn their system and create ways to get around them. Subscribers of our T-Care monitoring system enjoy being at ease knowing that TTJ uses up to four different scanners, receives alerts of strange behaviors, and that real person checks things out on their computer. All of this is done without taking remote control of the computer. Often I hear, “I don’t do anything on this computer that warrants monitoring.” If you have logged into any website at least once, you now have high risk. There are huge systems at play in cyberspace. The frequently undetected malware all phone home to add all kinds of information to the master. If many people don’t think their little world amounts to much, the hackers will win since they see everyone in their world. Find out how TTJ can provide better computer security here. P.S. Mac infections are on the rise, too.