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Thank you for taking the time to report Member Login Monitor - http://www.securescripts.com/hacker/membermon.html. To complete reporting this link, please confirm by clicking below:

 Member Login Monitor

The Monitor watches all members areas on your server, simultaneously. * You can enter any member's username, and the Monitor will give you a list of all days he or she logged into any of your members areas, with the IP number used. When you get refund requests, and you can show the number of logins from that same IP address, you'll know what to do. * Receive email notification when you're being first hit by the password traders. The email explains why the Monitor believes the password has been hacked. * Receive email notification when a hacker is quietly checking a list of your valid passwords. This "stealth" activity often happens months before the password traders hit, giving you advance warning that a password has been compromised. * Daily and monthly member login summaries and averages. The daily report lists all members who logged in that day, and every IP number they came from. * The Monitor gathers extensive historical data. You'll have a record of every IP number used for every user name, when that IP number was first used, the referring URL, and browser signature. * The Monitor makes a list of all URLs which appear to be of password traders' boards.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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