The University of Hawaii at Manoa has confirmed a possible computer security threat that was found on campus.
A device called a "keylogger" was found on a College of Social Sciences lab computer at Saunders Hall last Friday.
A keylogger keeps track of anything you type into a computer, like email addresses, login names and passwords. The device looked like a flash drive.
Information technology personnel on the Manoa campus have been alerted.
Those who believe they have used the compromised computer should change their passwords.