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Just out of interest, why do you suspect there is a Keylogger on your computer ?

I suggest you follow prairie_dog's advice.

After the infection is cleaned up you might want to consider Keyscrambler: http://www.qfxsoftware.com/index.html

The personal version should be free for use.

Hope this helps :) .

Have you used Keyscrambler? It's the only such software I see on cnet.

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i once searched on my old computer all of my files and folders and this file called logger or keylogger kept showing up. I checked the dates and it kept showing up everyday in my history in the search. It doesnt matter now but out of curiosity was that a keylogger or is it impossible to know now?

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