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Why is nod32 logging keystrokes

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6 days into 15 day trial Cyberhawk Pro 2.0.4 alerts me Nod32 wants to log keystrokes. I told CyberHawk to allow Nod32 to log keystrokes. Was that the right choice?

After using Nod32 through the entire trial period of, I believe, 40 days I am now running the full(purchased) Nod32 2.70.39 version with virus signature database 2426 (20070727). However, I just configured Nod32 to Blackspears specifications( http://www.wildersse...ead.php?t=37509 ) about 5 days ago. After configuring it to Blackspears specs the only change I really noticed is that Nod32 now takes about 1hour 10minutes to on-demand scan as opposed to the 17minutes or so before the reconfiguration. This is the first time that Cyberhawk has told me Nod32 wants to log keystrokes. I allowed it.

Should I be allowing NOd32 to log keystrokes?

My other post to the geekstogo forum is http://www.geekstogo...ra-t165600.html
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I see you posted same on the 'Castlecops' forum -- where you were advised it's probably just a false alarm.
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