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Thread: Good Program To Remove A Keylogger

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    I think i have keylogger install in my computer.

    What is a good program to find out if you have a keylogger and remove it.

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    check your installed software and scan your pc with ad-aware

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    Ad-aware 6 or spybot search and destroy both work very well.

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    avg detects all that I have played with

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    Let us know if it worked
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    i like spysweeper very easy to use and scans pretty fast

    www.webroot.com]Download it here[/url]

    Or get it from a p2p program to get the registered version that allows you to update the definitions.

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    also install zonealarm firewall in case ur keylogger decides to "call home"

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    is a keylogger considered a virus or spyware?

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    spyware but most av program dont detect it

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    Norton classifies keyloggers as Trojans, and blocks the Keylogger that I&#39;ve had for, like, ever. It wouldn&#39;t show up in Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Since I knew how to disable it, I just let it run. It didn&#39;t dial home, it was only for local use.

    But if you have a keylogger you didn&#39;t put there, it may dial.

    I would recommend Norton Internet Security 2003 Professional. Keep it LiveUpdate&#39;d, and if it doesn&#39;t quarantine the keylogger (which it will), it will prevent it from dialing home. You can D/L it here. Watch out for the 2004 edition - the biggest new feature is, it has an activation thing. Stick with 03.

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