LogMeIn and safeguarding passwords?


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If the operating system is installed LogMeIn with the ability to connect from the outside, it is possible to be calm in respect of safety of personal passwords (for example by ICQ)? Is there any chance that they can leak at the request of the employer? Either can be run a Keylogger, which will save and send everything you need? Do I need to fight this, and if so, how? In software it is desirable to test the system to detect Keylogger?
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Get Linux (at least on a flash drive) for safe storage of passwords.
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To do this is actually very simple:
— download distribution, for example here ubuntu.ru/get
— record the ISO image to a CD (or on a flash drive, if you can)
— are downloaded from a burned disc, choose the menu "create boot disk"
— insert a USB flash drive, recording on it the boot image
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Now you have a pocket Linux — a safe place to store passwords and, by the way, an invaluable tool for remote administration at all!
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PS the Passwords stored in email but go to it only with Linux. In General, Oh, very long ago from the Windows habit — and I do not regret ;)
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I have all working papers and source code stored on a TrueCrypt-volume (sifrovany it's just a file that connects like an ordinary disk). In the same store and profile from Firefox, chrome, thunderbird'and etc.
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