My live in boyfriend stated that he has a "computer expert" in Chicago "monitoring" an online account I have. It's on a silly site called MyYearbook. I only use it to track my daughter's activities so I don't really care.
What concerns me is that he stated that this expert has the ability to trace, break into and read or manipulate any web based account knowing only the IP address of the computer being used to access the account. In the absence of any keylogger type of programs, is he being truthful? I do my banking online....
Without having my password info, this guy was able to produce a printout of a web based email conversation from my account. I used to work closely with IT, taught classes on pc security, etc. and I am stumped. What steps can I take to protect my privacy? I've already changed passwords to a random alpha numeric format and am very careful about logging out of anything I use.