HELP how to delete refog keylogger from my pc?

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  1. llovely555

    llovely555 New Member

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    i need help,hope someone can help thank you!! i have refog keylogger??i can remove from my pc ,they need password? i dont know ,someone put it on my pc laptop ,its very bad from them... and im stuck here? can anyone help???thank uu alotttttttt pls dooo

    i see its from this webside refog.com/keylogger
     

  2. prashanthpai

    prashanthpai Experienced Member

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    http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2008/03/27/what-is-the-best-anti-keylogger-and-anti-screen-capture-software/
     
  3. Rush

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    If you do not have the password, try exterminate-it. It's made for it.
    If that doesnt work for you, then you will have to remove it manually. Be careful, because you'll be deleting registry keys also.
    The app and instructions for manual removal can be found here:
    http://www.exterminate-it.com/malpedia/remove-refog-kgbspy
     
  4. hellnoire

    hellnoire *nix Technical Support

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    Rush, apparently that site is marked red by Web of Truth.
     
  5. Rush

    Rush Active Member

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    Ok. I dont use it. You can find it here also:
    http://download.cnet.com/Exterminate-It/3000-8022_4-10787922.html
     
  6. hellnoire

    hellnoire *nix Technical Support

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    I'd trust it more on Softpedia, since CNET has some products with adware in them and used to have a lot more.

    EDIT: Just noticed it on Softpedia, but you do need to buy the product to remove the infection.
     
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