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Kudos0

Keylogger question?

There has been alot of messages about keyloggers on this message board lately, and I am a little confused.

Does NIS 2010 detect and remove keyloggers or not?

A couple messages said to try to turn off advanced events monitoring to maybe identify a keylogger.

but I also remember seeing on this message board to let advanced monitoring on unless you are an advanced user, which I am not.

anyhow does NIS 2010 detect and remove keyloggers or not?

Thanks Kevin

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Kudos0

Re: Keylogger question?

Thank You Flopot

Kudos0

Re: Keylogger question?

There has been alot of messages about keyloggers on this message board lately, and I am a little confused.

Does NIS 2010 detect and remove keyloggers or not?

A couple messages said to try to turn off advanced events monitoring to maybe identify a keylogger.

but I also remember seeing on this message board to let advanced monitoring on unless you are an advanced user, which I am not.

anyhow does NIS 2010 detect and remove keyloggers or not?

Thanks Kevin

Kudos0

Re: Keylogger question?

Hello TooStrong

You're welcome. If you consider your question to be answered to your satisfactioin, could you please mark the post which gave you the answer. This way everyone will know that it has been answered and will be able to find the solution quickly. Thanks.

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Kudos6

Re: Keylogger question?

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Kudos4

Re: Keylogger question?

Hello TooStrong

Yes, your Norton product does check for keyloggers as can be seen from the list of antivirus definitions that came out today. Please check out this list. This list is just from today. I'm sure that this isn't the complete list of all the malware that is looked for either.

http://www.symantec.com/business/security_response/definitions/certified/index.jsp

If you go down that list, you will see that some of the names are for keyloggers also.

Success always occurs in private and failure in full view.

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