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A WhatIs.com member wants to know: Is there any "test" one can do to see if a Keylogger program has been accidentally downloaded as a result of installing a new program? How can you find out if a Keylogger program is on your system?
Suddenly I have REFOG keylogger on my laptop. My boyfriend insists that it was accidentally downloaded in a game file. What I want to know is if this is even possible, or must it be intentionally installed?