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I subscriber to paltalk, a chat program. About three or four days ago I installed spydoctor. The scan discovered about ten differen trojans on my machine. I removed the trojans. When I logged off paltalk the next time, I got a warning that spydoctor had prevented paltalk from installing a keyboard logger on my machine. My question is, I suspect that I had a keylogger program running before I installed and ran spydoctor. Is there a way to discover what if anything was compromised on my machine. Since running all your suggested scans on your malware infection page, I beleive the problem is gone....but I do wonder what may have been compromised in the meantime.
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The only way you'd be able to find out what has been compromised is if you know the name of the infection/keylogger that was on your computer. Then you could look it up on Google or at a computer security website and they might have a description of it, saying what it logs.
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