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hello. I am running NIS2010 real time and TH,MBAM, and SAS all on demand weekly. Recently I ran a keylogger test program by a company called Zumana (spelling?) The program ran undetected. I called symantec and they said this is normal op. Would MBAM catch these types of things? If not, a recommendation on what to add would be welcome. Thanks

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