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Dear all, I was wondering if anyone has come across this issue before? I am a bit worried and would appreciate the advice. I bought a wired mechanical keyboard from Amazon and plugged it into my laptop. It started acting a bit weird so I checked in device manager and saw that there was 3 keyboard drivers registered in the system, I updated them and no issues. One is for the built-in keyboard and the other for the new mechanical keyboard, but the other one can be uninstalled and it doesn't effect the other two's performance. Then I quickly ran some scans with Malwarebytes, Avast and Kaspersky's tdsskiller but nothing was detected. I even went into safe mode and ran a few scans and nothing showed up. About 5 hours later, I get a notification from Malwarebytes stating they've blocked a website (report as attached). Is it possible for a malware to be installed from a keyboard and if so, how can I delete it permanently? I'd like to keep the keyboard. Best wishes, Sarah Trojan Report.txt
Is it possible that I've contracted a virus that affects keyboards? At first the shift on the right side was not working, but not its working perfectly fine, now its the p. I have to hit it very hard for it to work. Thanks