I had to reset my password today. I was logged on yesterday and got off. A few hour later I tried to get on but my pass word wasn't working. Today I had it reset and all is well but still scary. BTW I have a security token. Maybe thats why my sh*t was still there? IDK.
Scary to say the least.
Someone else said the same thing on another forum. You might want to check your pc for Trojans. I had a one on my pc which was a gamepass Trojan, one that steals your passwords and what not. But I have a token and had no issues yet. It appeared yesterday too.
Here is a description.
Win32/Gamepass is a family of trojans that steals login credentials and in-game information related to various Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPG). Files belonging to this malware family are Win32 executables that are packed/protected using various packers such as UPX, UPack, FSG and NSAnti.
Win32/Gamepass trojan variants steal sensitive information related to various MMORPGs and other online games, particularly those popular in China and East Asia.
Gamepass generally monitors window titles and processes, searching for indications that the targeted game has been launched. For instance, it is common for the trojan to initialize its logging routines after it has found an active window with the title of the game, which is commonly in Chinese for most of the titles targeted.
It is also common for some Gamepass variants to drop a DLL which allows it to install either a keyboard or a mouse hook. The trojan waits until the user has entered a keystroke or clicked a mouse button before it begins logging sensitive information. The trojan logs the account name and password that the user enters into the game's login prompt window in order to access their account.
Gamepass variants may also steal details specific to the host machine, as well as in-game information related to the game being played. In-game information is stolen by the trojan in various ways, such as:
* By reading information from sub-windows accessed by the user in-game
* By reading the process memory of the game's main executable
* By reading information from the game's setup files.
Such information includes:
* IP and host name of machine
* Game server name
* Role information (character's name, job/role, sex, level)
* Game information (amount of currency, map details)
Gamepass can store this information in a log file, and then send the log file to a remote attacker, either via email or by posting the information to a remote website.