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Hi, I was wondering if anybody knows what this is? My PC recently started going slower and I saw this, but couldn't find information on it anywhere.

O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [systemrxxt.exe]

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have (or had?) it aswell

I think it's some sort of keylogger. I couldn't find any information on it aswell, except this post.
It appeared this afternoon, I immediatly noticed it because it didn't let me type any accented characters. (I'm portuguese, we use those alot: ???????, etc. Everytime I tried to press the ? ~ or ^, it would just display it twice. A classic symptom from some other keyloggers. I also started to notice some weird "pauses" while typing, which seem to still be happening as I'm typing this. Or maybe I'm just paranoid...

Ran like 10 different scans, nothing would work. I just booted into safe mode and deleted a folder ( C:\systemrxxt.exe ) with an .exe and a .bin inside. If the .exe was allowed to run, it would hide the folder. (I tried it on safe mode. Before running it, I could type normally. After running it, the folder disappeared and the double accents would start again.
I just deleted it, and it seems to be gone now... But a bunch of applications (including some Java stuff) are asking for permission to acess the internet now, when they were supposed to be on the trusted list. Maybe it's trying to install itself again?

I don't even know how I got this. I was just browing some forums or whatever, and suddenly I couldn't type properly anymore (guess that was when it started running)

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I started having problems after I installed a toolbar from WWE. It was called myWWEsearch. I installed it to get points for their shop. I figured a million dollar company would be safe. I hope it isn't a keylogger because I have typed in my social security number recently for a college application. Can somebody get more information on this?

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Send the file systemrxxt.exe
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In addition to what Donna suggested try ...

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