Before this semester, to use any computer across campus, you had to log into Windows with a username and password.
This semester, when the computers start up they auto-login to an account (with let's say the username "Dogs"). They are always logged in as this account; the
Log off option is disabled in the start menu.
I just checked that you can run an arbitrary .exe under the "Dogs" account by downloading the AutoHotKey binary and writing a "Hello world!" script. It is very easy to write a simple keylogger in AHK although I have not!
AutoHotKey is just my example test. I'm worried that a arbitrary .exe can be executing in the background.
Is there some security that my simple test is not hitting which makes my campus setup safe? Or should I be worried about typing my Facebook password in?