My roommate previously did not administrator rights to her account on my computer. Her son, however, hooked his laptop up to my computer, and gave her administrators rights. She got an I-pod last Christmas as a gift from me and I was away for the Christmas holiday - so her son overrode her non-administrator status and gave her administrative status. As a result, she went through all of my personal files, saved emails and pictures.
I have Spyware doctor installed at home - I am now at work. But there is nothing detected when scans are performed. I had previously installed spectorsoft software to try to see if I was being monitored. My anti-spyware software found some of these spectorsoft files and I deleted those whatever spectorsoft software files it quarantined. Now my scans all come up clean.
How can tell if someone is monitoring my use including monitoring my email passwords, internet surfing sites, getting into my personal photos, passwords for cell phone usage, financial records, taxes, etc.?
I am afraid to use my computer at home now as everything I do seems to be monitored. Do I need to take my computer into some computer forensics shop to see if some hidden monitoring software is on my computer? There must be someway to find out if there is monitoring software on my computer.