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Removing a key logger


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scor81

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Hi.

I installed a key logger a while back (long story, wanted to catch someone out).

Problem is, I now can't get rid of it. I can't even find out what its called. All i know is that it is running.. its icon is in the bottom right of my screen, next to messenger icon.

When I click it, it asks me to login with a password... which I can't remember, so therefore I cant login to remove it!

I cant see it in my startup list under msconfig, so I cnat stop it from auto starting.. but then again i dont know what its called, but its nothing that i can see!!

I also cant see it in task manager.

I run windows vista. Can anyone help, or just tell me at least if it is possible to remove it?


Thanks guys!!
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Neil Jones

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Make a post in the Malware forum.
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Ok i posted in the malware forums, but no replies there either? Can anyone help? Please??
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If you have not received any replies in the Malware section and it has been 3 days or more, please post in The Waiting Room. This topic sadly does not belong in the applications board and will soon be closed.
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