I was attacked by the Keylogger malware!
It started like any other day at home waiting for the laptop to acquire the internet. I was receiving unexpected advertising pop-ups. I called a computer tech friend and he found out that I had 141 viruses, which he had to remove. He also told me about the Keylogger malware he also found.
The Keylogger records every key stroke of the computer to acquire passwords and other personal information. I had to change every password to any websites, checking accounts, and online store accounts. That’s a lot of passwords.
I am . . .