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jcboliveira

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Hi Gang,I'm looking for some help with something.I am aware of the usual spyware progs such as search and destroy, Mcafee, avast, spysweeper etc, but, does anyone know of any program that you can download to check if theres any key-logging software etc on you're PC.I am curious as I think there might be one, or maybe it's just me,for a while now I have noticed that from a cold start, or re-boot, my PC now takes an average of 7 seconds from click to action when i double click on anything at all, this could be IE, or e-mail, or even just windows explorer to look on my HDD etc.as I said I have noticed this for some six weeks now and I'm curious about this.I have looked at the ms config etc, but don't see anything wrong in there. also I had a look at regedit, but, lets be honest, unless you know what you're looking for, it can be a mind field at best,thanks,any ideas or suggestions are very welcome guy's.

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After using it for over a year, I can recommend Webroot Spysweeper available here: http://www.webroot.com/products/spysweeper...7de0e4137d6eafeUnfortunatly it's payware :-), but I'm impressed with the way it works, in fact I just renewed my subscription for the next 2 years a couple of weeks ago. For spyware, keyloggers etc I don't use any other software at all, and my computer is clean.Btw, I have NO connection with webroot, other than as a very satisfied user. Hope this helps.BestGrahame (EDHL)

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Thanks guy's.I am actually looking for any programs that check for "key logging" software.Steve,

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TDS does detect keyloggers. Of course you can use Process Guard, that it will tell you what programs want to hook your keyboard. But it's hard to decide if that program is legit or a changed one, also it can be a changed dll doing that, what makes even harder to detect. Take FS for instance, some gauges and modules hook the keyboard, however they are part of the FS Process, so what you will se is FS trying to hook the keyboard but in fact is a gauge not FS itself.Jos

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