Any thoughts on how else to uninstall Combofix? Did I potentially mess up my PC?
I tried posting this a minute ago and my IE seemed to freeze when I selected Preview Post. I rebooted just to be able to post this.
Thanks for the help.
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Everything is looking good.
Here is a link to a Wikipedia page describing keylogging and anti-keyloggers:
If you have any information on key loggers I'd appreciate it.
The malware removal techs here recommend Trusteer Rapport as an added layer of protection. To go to their home page click here
I do online banking so it sounds like you would recommend them.
The Moneyside add-in is part of Microsoft Money. The Microsoft Live Search Toolbar. is part of Microsoft Live and comes installed from HP on some computers.
Lastly what add-ins do you recommend in IE? I still have add-ins called Moneyside and Microsoft Live Search Toolbar.
You are welcome. Keep MalwareBytes and use it to run a quick scan at least once a week. Run a full scan at least once a month. Be sure to update the program before scanning. Keep TFC to clean the TEMP files at least once a month.
Thanks for the help. All the tools have been removed except Malware Bytes and TFC.
Yes. It starts a process when Windows boots up:
Is Money starting a process or service of some kind? I didn't realize anything was starting. I don't see any need to have it start anything unless I'm doing banking stuff. If you could tell me how to shut that down, I'd appreciate it.
PRC - [2002/07/17 11:00:00 | 000,200,767 | ---- | M] (Microsoft Corporation) -- C:\Program Files\Microsoft Money\System\mnyexpr.exeAnd it loads the MS Money program when Windows starts up as denoted by this registry key:
HKCU..\Run: [MoneyAgent] C:\Program Files\Microsoft Money\System\mnyexpr.exe (Microsoft Corporation)And it should put an icon in the System Tray. I don't use MS Money but I believe there is a setting in the program that will stop it. See the Money FAQ page here. It will help you decide if you want the program running in the background or not.
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