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    I Need The Best Keylogger Removal Software

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know what the best keylogger removal software is? Also need it for
    good real time protection. Should I use Anti-Spyware or specific Anti-Keylogger Software?

    Thanks

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    Jimbo, do you have security software? Is there a keylogger on your system now? I would try the free version of malware bytes first. [url]http://www.malwarebytes.org/[/url]
    Keyscrambler works to keep an already installed keylogger from working properly. [url]http://download.cnet.com/KeyScrambler-Personal/3000-2144_4-10571274.html[/url]
    A good internet security suite like Kaspersky will prevent new infections

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    Hi,

    Thanks for replying so quickly. I have tried Malware Bytes and I have AVG Free as my anti-virus,
    yes im pretty sure I have a keylogger on my computer now. I'll have a look at key scrambler, thanks.

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    Hi Jimmy,

    I've done a lot of keylogger research in the past and found that 'spyware cease' is good for removal.
    Theres a site about anti-keylogger reviews here:

    [URL="http://www.keyloggerdownloads.com/anti-keylogger-software.html"]http://www.keyloggerdownloads.com/anti-keylogger-software.html[/URL]

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    ESET is tested by organizations such as AV-Comparatives, AV-Test and Virus Bulletin. ESET is the first company to receive 54 VB100 awards from Virus Bulletin and has not missed a single threat in Virus Bulletin's tests in the past six years.[10] ESET's products are regularly certified by ICSA Labs and West Coast Labs.

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    This sounds like a typical fake security program. Donít give them any money! Thereís a site that I have used from time to time when Iíve had something like this come up and itís at bluepenguinsoftware.com/spyzooka/. Theyíll have everything on there from the description to removal instructions. Give it a shot!
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    I can't agree more. I think the best and saftset way to get rid of a keylogger is to format the computer. It's a little troublesome. However I did it to get rid of the [URL="http://www.microkeylogger.com/"]keylogger[/URL] last time to save the future trouble. And my computer works fine now! Good luck!
    Last edited by masudan; 10-11-2011 at 11:35 PM.

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    you should try with BitDefender Total Security 2011
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    Cool anti keylogger

    zemana anti keylogger is good for detecting keylogger apps.

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    To remove a hardware keylogger, whether it it be an inline model or a trojan keyboard, follow these steps carefully:

    1. Power off your computer and unplug it. You could damage your system if you attempt to remove the keylogger while your computer is running!
    2. Carefully disconnect the keyboard from your computer.
    3. If it's an inline keylogger, simply remove it. If it's a trojan keyboard, swap it with a known safe one.
    4. Plug the keyboard directly back into the computer. Make sure that it is pl***ed in completely, and be gentle as the connectors are somewhat fragile.
    5. That's it! Turn your system back on and run [url=http://www.spycop.com]SpyCop[/url] to make sure that any of the software keyloggers or spy programs are not running!
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    If you can find out what keylogger it is, you can normally download an uninstaller for free via their website. Using a generic Anti virus would also do the trick.
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    After searching, i haven't got such keylogger removal software. But i found this "How to Manually Remove a Keylogger". Copy it here and hope it help.

    Step 1: First, understand what a key logger is. Silent key loggers are so named because they do not require any user input to function and usually self-start when the computer is turned on. Malicious key loggers are coded to be tenacious, dangerous programs, requiring substantial effort to eradicate. The process of removing a key logger requires patience and a thorough examination of various files and registries.


    Step 2: Next, remove the silent key logger's program. The first step is discerning the key logger's file or program name. If you are aware of a key logger, you likely have an idea of what the name is. Open your computer's task manager (hold Control, Alt and press Delete) or type "msconfig" into the Run function located on your Start menu. Examine all the programs and tasks to find the key logger, research the name online to be sure it is a virus (and not a critical computer function).

    Once you are sure you have the key logger's name, uninstall it using the Add/Remove Programs function located in Control Panel (for Windows users). Right-click on the task/program in Task Manager and select "Open Containing Folder." Remove all files related to the keylogger's name or identity.

    Search your hard drive with the Windows search tool, look for any files or folders that share a name with the key logger (some key loggers have multiple identities). Be sure all the files with the key logger's name are removed from your programs folder and hard drive.

    Restart your computer once you complete this step.


    Step 3: Then, remove the keylogger from your registry. Open the Run function and type "regedit" to access your computer's registry files. Before removing any files from your registry, be sure to back up your entire registry directory. Some registry files are necessary for your computer to function properly; deleting crucial files could result in a computer crash.

    This step requires a thorough, persistent investigation. Manually examine any registry directories, folders and files that are suspiciously unfamiliar or similar to the key logger's identity.

    After you purge your registry, restart your computer.


    Step 4:
    Finally, be sure the key logger is gone. The final step involves checking Task Manager, registry files and start-up configurations for any traces of the key logger. If the key logger becomes active again, it is recommended that you research that specific key logger online or seek the help of a professional. Some individual key loggers require specific methods to completely remove or deactivate.
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