The Connectra connection software identifies a keylogger on my laptop in:
HotKey Local Machine/System/CurrentControl Set/Services/KBFltr.
I set a restore point and deleted this folder from the registry. After restarting, my keyboard wouldn't work and I had to attach an external keyboard. At this point, I was able to connect to the office network. I then had to go back to the restore point to get my keyboard working and back came the keylogger.
I have since identified the KBFltr as being part of the Dirtek keyboard driver which is part of the laptop software.
I would like to know if the driver could have been infected in some way or if the Connectra software is misidentifying it as malware.
As a PC user for work and an Apple user for home and fun, I am lost and getting cheesed off!
Edited by lesleytbd, 02 October 2006 - 05:45 PM.