I recently downloaded and installed Windows keylogger 3.1.4 and I'd like to remove it. This software doesn't show in task manager, I cannot find it in the control panel, nor can I find the folder associated with the software. I've tried their website, but all the links are page 404 not found. I would very much like to fully remove the software.


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I see they have a support contact page.

While I will withhold my view on such apps, do try the following:
1. Use Revo Uninstaller (the free version is fine) and see if it sees it.
2. Hit up as they have an arsenal of tools they use that we don't use here.
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404 Not found

The verification image doesn't load, and when I try to submit, I get 405 method not allowed.... Sad

Revo does not see it either. The program is completely hidden from view.

Post was last edited on May 20, 2019 6:32 AM PDT

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Then a few ideas.

Keep in mind that it is unlikely that you've get a click by click how to remove this one. You could do the old manual uninstall where you delete it's program folder then look in AUTORUNS to remove it's autostart entrie. AUTORUNS is a Microsoft tool at

And you could try too.

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html vs txt files

I used keylogger in past for my children before they grew up. It wrote it all into html type files. Perhaps a search for such file types will reveal the folder where the logging is kept at least.

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