False Positive on Keylogger???

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On several occasions, Agnitum's Anti-Spyware has picked up "Looxee
Keylogger" on my machine, and references this in the registry:
HKLM\software\microsoft\direct3d\application\name.  Using the Antispyware,
the "name" folder is removed.

I have other antispyware applications on my machine, including Spyware
Doctor, AdAware, MS Windows Defender, Spybot, and Prevx1 (enough already?),
none of which has picked up on Looxee Keylogger.  Nor have I been able to
locate any files commonly associated with Looxee on my machine.

I think this must be a false positive, but would appreciate an explanation
as to what may be occurring.

Thanks.



Re: False Positive on Keylogger???

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Kaspersky av is quite good at detecting keyloggers. Check my web site
for KAVDOSNT.exe and after it self-extracts files, run KAVDOSNT.BAT
to download the data bases. Then reboot into Safe mode and using the
same batch program do a scan of your drive.

Art

Re: False Positive on Keylogger???


Forgot sig

Art
http://home.epix.net/~artnpeg


Re: False Positive on Keylogger???

Art - 10.06.2006 18:04 :

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sorry, Art, but that's not a sig. A sig is consist additional of a
sig-delimiter "-- " without the "".

--
by(e) PS
spam will be killed


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:))  Right! He forgot to add the sig and its content in the previous post
and now only added the content without the sig delimiter.

-- now if he would be nice enough to post the delimiter without the content
in his next post we will all sleep better tonight.



Re: False Positive on Keylogger???

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LOL! Go go get 'em Mr. Cliffhanger, er .. Edgewalker :)

Art
http://home.epix.net/~artnpeg

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