Using Security Task Manager

Before removing a keylogger, first you'll need to detect it.


Detection of a keylogger is usually not easy. It can be installed in many locations on your computer and is usually located in one of the system files. However, there is an easy way to see if a keylogger is running or not.

Right click on the menu bar and click the Task Manager.
Alternatively you can press Ctrl + Alt + Del.
You should consider all the processes currently running .
Click the tab that says Processes .There you will get information about all the programs , hidden and visible running processes .

Of course, this operation requires some knowledge to be able to distinguish what are the physiological processes that run on a computer so that you can isolate suspicious .
You need to know what process must finish before you can stop the keylogger. There are many sites on the Internet, providing a wide range of information about each process.

A good site for information about the processes is Neuber gives you general information about the process and there is a program called Security Task Manager which is free to download. This will display information for each of the processes running at that time, as well as telling you whether or not it is dangerous.


After you have found the harmful process, click the process , and then click 'End Process'.The procedure you have chosen will be terminated immediately. Once this is accomplished , you are safe until you restart your computer . If you do not delete the keylogger, after restarting your computer, the keylogger will start recording again.

Just stop it , please scan your computer with antivirus you have on anti-virus and spyware control for the entire computer .

A great way to check if the keylogger has been completely eliminated from the system is restart . Remember the name of the keylogger process and restart your computer . After restarting your system then re- check to see that it has disappeared

How can we detect and remove the keyloggers?

A keylogger is a type of surveillance software (considered to be either software or spyware) that has the capability to record every keystroke you make to a log file, usually encrypted. A keylogger recorder can record instant messages, e-mail, and any information you type at any time using your keyboard. The log file created by the keylogger can then be sent to a specified receiver. Some keylogger programs will also record any e-mail addresses you use and Web site URLs you visit.
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