Originally Posted by pber13
True---if people use keyloggers to hack pnb accounts, that's pretty sad....
The only reason some one would use a keylogger to hack a pbn account is if that person (the hackie) had really pissed off the hacker.
Basis for this statment:
It is incredibly hard to load a keyloger on another individuals computer unless you have physical access to the computer. Further more, it would be incredibly hard to retrieve the stored information the keyloger has gathered.
Faults a keyloger would have:
Most PBN'ers are "remembreed" by their computer so they dont have to type in their user name and pass every time they log in.
Many keyloger programs have a window that pops up upon startup.
It is not easy to get a keyloger program to attach itself to the list of start-up applications.
So for the most part, people only have to worry about phishers.