Application.IIPwrKeySpy

  • Threat Level: High
  • Description: IIPwrKeySpy is a keylogger generating software from IIPwr Software. With the help of this software, any number of different executable files of 'KeySpy' can be generated with different names and according to the requirements of the person who wants to install the keylogger. By default the name of the executable file generated is 'Somethingnice.exe'. This file is installed on the computer to be monitored. It runs in stealth mode and captures all keystrokes, username and passwords, websites visited, chat sessions, emails, applications used etc. All the captured information is stored in the form of log files, which are sent to the email address specified by the person who installed the keylogger. Removal of this software is advisable if it is not installed for a purpose.
  • Type: TT_Keylogger, TT_Monitoring_Soft
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  • Removal: This infection can be removed using Spyware Doctor.

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