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    Hi,

    Unfortunately, you may have destroyed some evidence by doing that

    Try running A-Squared, as it is pretty good at finding keyloggers. Also look in your data files for .doc, .txt and .dat files for a start.............. might as well add .log files as well?

    http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/free/



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    to look in my data files, do i just run a search for .dat, .log, .doc documents??

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    could it have something to do with cookies?

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    i used asqared and ran a deep scan. it found Trace.Tracking Cookie 44 and Heuristic.Archive Bomb. Im assuming the cookies to be harmless? and the archive bomb thing is related to a symantec security software program i have. so does this mean that i do not have any type of Klogger on my comp? thanks alot for your time.

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    I would still like to know what caused you to think you still had a keylogger on the system.

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    Hey sherlock please be very careful!!!!!

    An archive bomb is a highly compressed file that expands into a VERY LARGE file. When anti-malware devices are doing heuristic scanning within archives, this can take a very long time and even cause a DoS.

    If one is reported, I would expect that it has not been unpacked and scanned.

    Also, please remember that malware will frequently masquerade as something else, so how are you sure that this is a genuine Symantec item?.............. is it in the right folder for example?

    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
    As long as you did this to one of these, the least of my little ones............you did it unto Me.
    What profiteth a man if he gains the entire World at the expense of his immortal soul?

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