Last night I'm sitting on the couch coding away when suddenly mouse and keyboard were taken over and controlled by someone else. In a total panic I try and close down everything of which has a connection to the Internet. Things stop! At this point I am in total awe at what just happened. I start looking at security logs, firewalls etc, and just come up blank.
So I fire things back up and just sit there watching..... Nothing; OK weird. Start coding again and BAM, the keyboard and mouse have been hijacked again. Out of the corner of my eye I happened to catch my wife walking into the office. Thinking that she was playing some kind of weird really elaborate prank on me, I head into the office. I walk in and she says "something is wrong with this computer, my mouse and keyboard just disappear". I replied, "would you move that mouse again"? Sure enough that mouse is moving the pointer on my laptop. I just stood there in awe, how could this be?
My laptop happens to be the "next" computer to the one she happened to be working on. As she would reach the screen edge it would take control of mine. It just never dawned on me to shut down the Multiplicity service when I didn't have my laptop docked in the office.
Moral of story, shut down that ole KM software you are running when you are not at your station! You never really know who's in control.