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MBAR AppInit_DLLs and Zemana AntilKeylogger

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Found out while I was attempting to do a MBAR scan (that I really needed to since it was a long time that I didn't), the now famous 'AppInit_Dlls' warning. Pressed no, the scan went well and no malware found


Before that, when I went to the Registry Editor to see the origins of it, there was that one of the associated keys related to the KeyCryptSDK folder that comes with the installation of Zemana AntiKeylogger (right now cannot make the proper pic to show, but will do it if you request).


Is that something suspicious and that might open doors for malware or i should not make myself worry too much about it?

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Until a staff member weighs in, perhaps this post will help:
(there are quite a few more just like it....)
Having said that, MBAR Beta is a powerful, BETA tool that isn't really designed for routine use by home computer users.
Most of the technology has already been incorporated into MBAM.
And, because it's a Beta, some system instability or other performance issues could be possible.

So, if you think you might be infected, I suggest that you might want please follow the advice in this pinned topic: Available Assistance For Possibly Infected Computers.
It explains the options for free, expert help >>AND<< the suggested, preliminary steps to expedite the process.
A malware analyst will assist you with looking into your issue.



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