Posted 04 September 2007 - 07:29 AM
I was after a calendar for my computer, one with reminders etc and after looking at a few I purchased and downloaded Active Desktop Calendar from XemiComputers Ltd.
However, when I loaded it onto my PC ZoneAlarm picked up this "not-a-virus:monitor.win32.KeyPressHooker.C". It quarantined it but when I switched on my PC today, as the Calendar software loaded ZoneAlarm warned me that the software was trying to monitor my keystrokes etc, I denied it access. I then also ran a virus/spyware check and it again picked up the virus as above and quarantined it again.
Is my PC safe at the moment? What can I do to clear this from my PC. Do I need to uninstall the software I downloaded or is there a way I can keep the software but get rid of the virus?
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