Did you know that there are programs that exist solely to capture information coming from your keyboard? They're called keystroke loggers, or keyloggers for short, and they can be nasty hacker tools to steal your information.
While companies and parents can use keyloggers for legal monitoring, a scammer could use one to invade your privacy or steal your identity. They come in software and hardware form, and are not something to take lightly.
Physical keyloggers are easy to hide inside computers, and you would never know. The can also sit on wires and cables, and if you don't know exactly what you're looking for, you can easily miss it. Fortunately, these external keyloggers are limited in what they can do.
Unfortunately, the software counterparts are just as hard, if not harder, to detect, and can do a lot more damage. But luckily for you, I have a way to track them down.