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First and foremost..Mackeeper is bad for you. You should delete that now..

Next, does anyone have physical access to your Mac other than you? If not, installing a keylogger is a bit tough remotely.

Last, having your online accounts hacked means that you did a poor choice choosing your password at the hacked site. It has NO bearing on your local computer. What you SHOULD do, first is calm down, second is to use a password manager like 1Password to help you generate VERY secure passwords that cannot be easily guessed. Then go ahead and change all your online passwords and save the new ones in this application. Use the maximum number of characters allowed by each site and ensure that you use all the special characters allowed as well..

Activity Monitor will show you a lot of things, everything with your name against is an application that you started. It is OK to see things started by Root and a lot more things you don't recognize since they are needed by OS X to do it's job. The names don't make it clear as to who owns it and what it does, but NONE of this has any bearing on your online accounts..

Lastly, do check on in System Preferences sharing and ensure that none of the services are turned on.

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...Ashwin



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