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    Haha, credit goes to John for the idea, but I liked it so I snitched it. It's a cross between "moderator" and "toreador," a bullfighter (in English only; the Spanish is "torero").
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    http://wskills.blogspot.com/2007/01/...eyloggers.html.

    You can use a firewall to restrict the unidentified Internet transactions from your system. Like the keylogger has to send the data to its owner na.

    You can check your active process using http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/fr.../procexp.shtml (Sometimes you may not find any malicious process as most of the good keyloggers hide themselves).

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    You can check your active process using http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/fr.../procexp.shtml (Sometimes you may not find any malicious process as most of the good keyloggers hide themselves).
    You could use Safe Mode to see all processes running with that.
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    But as I've already mentioned, if it's a kernel-level hook it most likely won't have its own process.
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    Try installing and downloading this. Run it, then post the details of the items in red.
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    Ooh, handy tool. *downloads*
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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_support View Post
    You could use Safe Mode to see all processes running with that.
    The product I've specified now has lots of other features and now from Microsoft's Website users can download it.

    Why would anybody wants to switch to Safe Mode if the same can be achieved in a non Safe Mode

    Following are two Hook based Antikeyloggers

    http://psmantikeyloger.sourceforge.net/prod01.htm

    http://www.snoopfree.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_support View Post
    Try installing and downloading this. Run it, then post the details of the items in red.
    I ran it but there are no items in red...

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    Ok codeexploiter i ran the PSMantikeylogger and i got nothing...

    Heres some info about the keylogger i know about:
    every certain amount of hours it sends a lengthy email to my dad with the log... I have a feeling it sends an email to the creator also...

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    Same problem here man. Check out wannawiki.org (or .com) it has some info I believe. Mines called WatchDog, it doesn't keylog just records all urls. I don't mind it to much, it sucketh though. Try checking inside Program Files for a folder fo rit, or in Windows directory and clear whatever file it logs to. Or you can use a program if you know where the .exe is. Here. Top program, although keyloggers are slightly different, so I can't be sure. I've had Naomi internet filtering, and some other one which I bypassed with those methods. The second was MUCH harder. This one uses some type of server interface to catch my internet if the programs not responding on mine theres no internet. I can't find what setting is doing it, I have a feeling its on the router. These might have already been suggested.

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