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Wrath

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  1. So the last time I had to use this forum was quite a long time ago, and it was because my ZoneAlarm Pro found some stupid registry key that it said was a keylogger, but no other files. Just a registry key (I was going to get a different firewall, but my girlfriend actually paid for another copy as soon as it expired ). Anyways, today it apparently autoscanned and when I woke up I saw this: RegistryKey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\ST6UNST #1 I just started laughing my heart out, yes, an uninstall entry alone is definitely a keylogger! I checked
  2. <3 Tarun! Thanks! And soon as my ZAP subscription is up I'm definately gonna try out another firewall, I think you reccomended Outpost.
  3. Zone Alarm returned the result, it didn't say specifically what it was, I did scan with Ad-Aware, Spybot Search & Destroy and got no results. I deleted it when I scanned with Zone Alarm though which I probably shouldn't have, could have quarantined. There's no way I know of to really retrieve what it was, but it was something like HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/.chaf.
  4. My firewall's antispyware updated, scanned for the hell of it, and it found only a registry key of an mIRC trojan... I'm wondering if this may pose a threat, or if it was just the remains of something that once was? Haven't even noticed any different processes running on my computer lately, everything is the same.
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