[this was posted in an early issue of Ray's Computer Tips by Thomas Elias Weatherly]
When I do online banking, or some other sensitive site, I do not type my pin, password, or any other number; I copy and paste the numbers into the form, so if on my computer or theirs there is a keylogger installed that there are no keystrokes to record. I do not even keep the numbers on my hard drive; I copy and paste from a I gig thumbdrive (keyring drive) where I keep sensitive numbers and codes. When this small usb drive is not being used, I lock it in a safe. I erase the free space on my hard drive regularly just to make sure there are no tracks.
Posted: January 13th, 2006, 11:40am
[this was posted by Brian Taylor in an early issue of Ray's Computer Tips]
There is a free program called Key Wallet which reader Thomas Weatherly might enjoy. It keeps your ID's and passwords for you. You can then click to insert your ID and password into an app. with no keystrokes. You can find it at: http://www.keywallet.com.