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Keylogger questions / Odd situation


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#1 Evolution13

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Posted 12 October 2017 - 11:15 AM

I'm going to be seeing a client in a few days who received an email on their phone containing a personal family photo. it came from their own email address! The picture was from their home computer which had been turned off for days and it wasn't on the phone. They were out of town staying with family and it's *possible* that the same photo was on the machine they were using there. So, this could just be a case of fumbling fingers but we both want to err on the side of Paranoia!

The first thing I want to do is look for keyloggers. I'm thinking someone they know who had access to their home pc might have put one on. Do legal keyloggers always show up in program files? Is there such a thing as an independent keylogger scanner? I've searched for them in the past and the results always seem really sketchy. I'm also interested in any sort of virus/malware scanners you guys can recommend that could help with this issue.

Thanks!


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