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How to remove keyloggers

The Samsung laptop keylogger scare turns out to have been just that--a bad scare. Still, it's a good idea to know how to remove a keylogger if you think somebody is recording your keystrokes. In this video, we show you how.

By Apr. 4, 2011

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How to remove keyloggers

The Samsung laptop keylogger scare turns out to have been just that--a bad scare. That doesn't mean it's not a good idea to know how to remove a keylogger if you think somebody is recording your keystrokes. In this video, we show you how to check for one, and how to remove it.

By Apr. 1, 2011

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Are there keyloggers on Samsung laptops? (UPDATE: No, there aren't)

Researcher says he found keylogging software on two new Samsung laptops and went public after getting no response from Samsung spokespeople for a week. Samsung says the report is erroneous.

By Mar. 30, 2011

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Keyloggers to be installed at Indian cybercafes

Privacy advocates in India are dealt a blow with the news that keyloggers will be installed in the approximately 500 Internet cafes serving the city of Mumbai.

By Sep. 10, 2007

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Teens expelled in keylogging of school computers

Eleven high school students are paying the price for allegedly keylogging their teachers' computers and changing grades at will.

By Jan. 31, 2014

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Aaron's computer rental chain settles FTC spying charges

The rent-to-own computer company settles a complaint that accused it of secretly taking Webcam photos of users in their homes and recording keystrokes of Web site login credentials.

By Oct. 22, 2013

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Malware jumps 'air gap' between non-networked devices

Researchers create proof-of-concept software to show how standalone computers can communicate via built-in speakers and microphones.

By Dec. 3, 2013

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Considering keylogging threats in OS X

MacFixIT looks at how concerned Mac users should be about keylogging threats.

By Sep. 21, 2011

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Hundreds of Go Daddy-hosted sites compromised

Go Daddy is investigating how 450 Web sites it hosts were compromised. Visitors who'd arrived at the sites from search engines were being redirected to a site with malware on it.

By Sep. 16, 2011