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I didn't do anything, download anything and I'm protected by Nod32. When I opened up DinoDirect.com today it said I ordered:
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10inch Hello Kitty Anti-shock Laptop Slip Sleeve Case US$ 4.81 Exquisite Traditional Festal Nylon Yarn Chinese Knots- Free Gift attached with each order $FREE GIFT Subtotal: US$ 4.81 Shipping & Handing: US$ 0 Insurance: US$ 2.00 Coupon Discount: US$ -4.81 Total: US$ 2.00 Status: PAID
Shipped to: 141 harriet ave ,san jose,CA,95127,United States eek.gif I am in Canada, I did not order anything, it says Status: PAID I have my eBay, Paypal and lots of other passwords saved in Firefox 5 (now updated to 6) and Chrome 15 dev-m. I am not even sure what is happening. I sometimes use Hotspot Shield to watch Hulu and other US content in Canada. Are my accounts really hacked, should I be worried and change all passwords, what else?
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You should change your paypal pw and open a fraud claim.
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Yep. Change passwords.
I would make sure you don't have a keygen first.
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sometimes just using a creditcard to different sites is enough to cause that. clean your pc, do whatever scan you need to do or reformat if you want, then change all your passwords and contact your credit card company

and it's nice that you have a shipping address if you want to bring that up to the police.

edit: what payment method was used? and ordered...hello kitty, damn.
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Yes you should, and on a 100% clean machine, just in case.

Credit card thieves (who may or may not have got your details from your machine) often make a small purchase to confirm the card is live, before milking it dry.
They may well have got your card details from an online site, or they may have been taken while you shopped at a store. Some store-clerks can be involved in such things, and will use hacked card readers, or other techniques to clone the card information.

Edit: Also check your router, if it has the default password, then re-flash it with fresh firmware, and change the password. Since routers are computers too, and almost always permanently online, they are now prime candidates for cracking. Installing a transparent proxy on your router is pretty trivial, and will let nasty people have access to every packet you send and receive.
Edited by allikat - 8/15/11 at 10:35am
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Originally Posted by mongoloid;14591279 
You should change your paypal pw and open a fraud claim.
Just did, thanks for the reply. Also opened up a claim as an unauthorized transaction. Its $2 but this could go further. grouphug.gif
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Yep. Change passwords. I would make sure you don't have a keygen first.
Scanning my computer with nod32. Uninstalled Firefox as I just read this: (not sure if it applies to ff6 from ?? someone that tweeted the dl. link)
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http://www.howtogeek.com/70556/week-in-geek-fake-firefox-update-contains-trojan/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=150811
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Yeah i would open a claim, also i would never save sensitive info (bank, paypal, ebay ect. in any browser. websites like this and other are ok but not when it comes o the other stuff.
    
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change your email password as well
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You should be RE-formating right now.
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Did you download FF from their FTP and not from some shady website?
But, I would not use the browser password manager. Worst idea ever.
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