Kaspersky reported Key-logger PDM . What to do ??

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  1. Nevis

    Nevis Registered Member

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    hi

    today when i booted i got a msg

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    i found this on report :

    04-02-2011 13:39:07 Inactive legal software that can be used by criminals for damaging your computer or personal data PDM.Keylogger kernel mode memory patch Medium


    i did a scan with Hitman Pro , nothing found.

    Also google search about it showed so many cases and its not sure whether its FP or malicious..

    what do I do ... Keylogger is worst form of infection :(
     
  2. Cudni

    Cudni Global Moderator

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    and in the detailed report is there more about the name location of the suspected software?
     
  3. Nevis

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    No there is no location in detailed report ..
    i have written in bold what info it had .

    here is screen:

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  4. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    It's a detection of keylogging behaviour, but there are quite a lot of legit apps that do this. Kaspersky once triggered this alert on my pc with media player classic, and there have been lots of other reports like this on the Kaspersky forum. I think it's best to ask there to determine what triggered it.
     
  5. TheKid7

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    Scan with DrWeb Cureit and MBAM (Malwarebytes Anti-Malware).
     
  6. Nevis

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    thx guys for help
    i asked in kaspersky forum and they said there is nothing to worry and there is no malware in my PC
     
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