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March 11, 2007, 2:39 am
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computer. According to McAfee Security Suite Logs, it has blocked
Microsoft Word from accessing the internet. Why would Microsoft Word
ever want to access the internet? Could this be a keylogger at work?
I believe I have a keylogger on my machine, by the way - AOL says it
is blocking To-Spy-On v2.6 in their virus scan logs. I have not tried
to delete the keylogger yet, as I am still trying to figure out a way
to determine how it got there, if it is really there. I have been
trying to follow several suggestions from other posters, but I have
not found out what/where/why/how yet on the KeyLogger, but I remain
determined to win the battle with my PC and whoever is trying to
I deeply appreciate help from anyone - chances are, whoever you are,
you know more about this than I do.
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