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April 25, 2005, 12:29 am
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Explorer. Many of the anti-spyware programs don't detect some of the
keyloggers out there and they run in the background making their
prescence hard to detect. You can see what is running using Windows
Task Manager, and you should use it, but some of the process names are
hard to decipher. Here is where Process Explorer comes in--it lets you
see which application started a process and which resources it is
currently using. If you don't know what an application is go to Google
and search on the name and you can usually find it.
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