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cisvc.exe keylogger

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Hi there,

How do I know that the cisvc.exe that is just recently causing my CPU to use 100% of it's memory is or isn't a hack/virus?
I tried to find the indexing service from a post I found about this before. But I sadly couldn't find it. I went through control panel and found something similar and disabled it, but it still runs and uses 100% of my CPU.

When I try to find the file it says it can't be located. In Norton I went to Security History to Performance Alert and found the path of the file.

It is - C:\users\MyName\appdata\local\temp\wtfbnnrik\cisvc.exe

I'm worried it could be a keylogger and my passwords are at risk.

Thank you for any help in advance!

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