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Web report card, somethings not right!


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thatonejen

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Hello,
I created an e-mail subaccount for my children 2 years ago in which they have never had access to. They also had their own User Login for the computer, but again, we haven't used it. With the creation of their e-mail address, I set up (through SBC yahoo) an online report card that sends me details of any websites they may have visited, any e-mailing etc. Again, they have never used this e-mail address (they are 6 and 7 yrs. old) nor the internet. I have been receiving the "report cards" in my e-mail with websites "visited". I deleted that piticular e-mail address as well as the User Login for the computer. I am still receiving this report card...here are some examples of the reports. I used a recent one and one from February (I receive them weekly though).

Web Sites Visited complete summary

205.252.48.10 Apr 01,07
205.252.48.9 Apr 01,07
206.46.232.44 Apr 01,07
206.46.232.47 Apr 01,07
adopt.hotbar.com Apr 01,07

Web Sites Visited complete summary

02.myspace.presence.userplane.com Feb 18,07
03.myspace.presence.userplane.com Feb 18,07
04.myspace.presence.userplane.com Feb 18,07
102.122.2o7.net Feb 17,07
2.adbrite.com Feb 18,07

What does this mean? Is someone using my computer? PLEASE HELP!!! Thank you in advance for your help!
~Jen

PS in seeing you had someone look up their hosts to (I think if I caught on) see if they'd been hijacked? Here is my thing:

# copyright © 1993-1999 microsoft corp.
# this is a sample hosts file used by microsoft tcp/ip for windows.
# this file contains the mappings of ip addresses to host names. each
# entry should be kept on an individual line. the ip address should
# be placed in the first column followed by the corresponding host name.
# the ip address and the host name should be separated by at least one
# space.
# additionally, comments (such as these) may be inserted on individual
# lines or following the machine name denoted by a '#' symbol.
# for example:
# 102.54.94.97 rhino.acme.com # source server
# 38.25.63.10 x.acme.com # x client host
127.0.0.1 localhost
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
127.0.0.1 new #ad
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