NS Keylogger in Spywareblaster?

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by TOADFROG, Apr 22, 2005.

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  1. snapdragin

    snapdragin Registered Member

    Feb 16, 2002
    Southern Ont., Canada
    LOL Carver - well, I'm not really sure what happened then. Maybe instead of deleting the file, MSAS just copied it? (this could remain a mystery) :ninja:

    In the meanwhile, you can check the information of the file to ensure it's the correct file and it's in tact. Navigate to the SpywareBlaster folder and right-click on the file unins000.exe and choose 'Properties'. And check the Size: 625KB, Version:, Description: Setup/Uninstall, etc.


  2. airhorny

    airhorny Guest

    MS Spyware found it in mine also (4/21/05) I had updated spywareblaster on the 12th. Somethings up.
  3. GDarko

    GDarko Guest

    updated microsoft anti-spyware and guess what NS kelogger is not in the unistaller part of spyware blaster. I was really worried about this find by microsoft anti-spyware, as i have used spyware blaster since it was created. Sorry i ever douted such a noble, and trust worthy organisation like yours.
  4. javacool

    javacool BrightFort Moderator

    Feb 10, 2002
    Hi everyone,

    It seems as though Microsoft Anti-Spyware (beta) may continue to flag this false detection until you update both the MS AS program and the definitions.

    Other users have recommended uninstalling your current version of Microsoft Anti-Spyware, downloading it again from Microsoft, and installing the latest beta version. Then make sure you've also updated it to the latest definitions.

    Or you could always reconsider using beta software. ;)

    Best regards,

  5. ps1

    ps1 Guest

    Just passing through and found answers to ALL my q's about that supposed "keylogger" file. THANKS to Wilders and JavaCool!!! ps
  6. patermann

    patermann Registered Member

    Apr 4, 2005
    Although there are thousands of application programs, there are only a handful of "installer" programs. The three most commonly used are InstallShield, Wise and Inno Setup (Microsoft Setup is actually a variant of InstallShield). Any program that uses Inno Setup for installation (like Javacool's software) will have an unins000.exe file for uninstalling. Wise uses unwise.exe (!) and InstallShield uses uninst.exe (usually in the WINDOWS/WINNT directory) with a *.isu file in the program directory.


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