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I have a keylogger

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[quote name='ymx boy']W8 can some1 look at my processes see if i got a key logger?[/QUOTE]

If the keylogger isn't hiding, its in the processes.
but if it is hiding (most likely) it won't be there.

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[quote name='ymx boy']W8 can some1 look at my processes see if i got a key logger?[/QUOTE]

If the person that created the Keylogger can disguise the name and have it named something else. It can be anything really.

But from what it looks like, it's all good from there.

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If your virus scanner doesn't pick anything up the chances are your clean.
If your worried a good program to use is webroot spysweeper. It picks up things that can bypass certain anti-virus systems.

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[quote name='my pker pure']Okay, this is how i got suspicious.
[IMG]http://i53.tinypic.com/27xld3b.png[/IMG]
Saying I live in England, and I don't know anyone from that area.

And my processes-
[IMG]http://i53.tinypic.com/2lly2bs.png[/IMG]

Also, if iki is feeling nice today maybe he could run a query with the ip above, through all the users banned & active to see if it's anyone on here.[/QUOTE]

2 rundll32s?

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try more virus scans from different programs.

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[quote name='rsgpsales']2 rundll32s?[/QUOTE]

Stop the one without any info, I have one rundll32

rundll32 - Windows Host Process

Edit:

I also don't have igfxsrv.exe

and the last process on your task manager.

Those are the only 3 I have a difference of basically.

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[quote name='Fire cape']If your virus scanner doesn't pick anything up the chances are your clean.
If your worried a good program to use is webroot spysweeper. It picks up things that can bypass certain anti-virus systems.[/QUOTE]

That is a false statement.

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[quote name='Rog3r']If the person that created the Keylogger can disguise the name and have it named something else. It can be anything really.

But from what it looks like, it's all good from there.[/QUOTE]

Any free or paid keylogger has an option too change the name and the file path of were the keylogger goes, I can even name it explorer.exe and that is a known process and you would never know

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igfxsrvc seems odd (other then the extra rundl32 which may or may not be legitimate. Services are ran by the system, not the user. When you're checking your process list, you should always check from all users as well, speaking it may not specificly be a user ran program in the background, but a system wide service.

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