So frustrated from the fact that I found "AnyKeylogger" on my PC (using MS Security Essentials) and KL Detector kept indicating I may still have a Keylogger, I did a system recovery. Having a clean system and wanting to see what KL Detector should look like with an unaffected system, I ran the software again. This is what I found:
No suspicious files were found in your hard disk
A friend ( poor one at that) that I had a suspicion may have installed the earlier stopped by to use my computer to regain control of "his" (perhaps somehow mine) Yahoo account password. I expressed my concern clearly that he may go to Yahoo only as I had just lost a great deal of information from doing a Factory reset because of locating one keylogger and now my system is clean. (He was unaware I had just received the clean slate from KL Detector just 30 minutes prior.He had listed me as a trusted contact to which they then a text to my phone with a 5 digit code, followed within one minute with another 4 digit code. This seemed odd and I asked why he had two codes sent and his reason was that he didn't hear my phone send the first. Irrelevant but I do not carry my phone around my neck as he must have believed.
He secured his account or whatever else he was doing and returned my machine back to me. I immediately ran KL Detector again and among the suspicious files to investigate the message was:
KL-Detector has found some suspicious files:
From the KL Detector full report I can clearly see that many files had been created and many had been modified. I also noticed that there was history in Internet Explorer. I use Chrome. As you can tell, I have reasons to suspect something is a bit shady but I am not that qualified to even know which area is breached...if any. Can someone please help? I already feel like a rape victim after finding the first Keylogger.