I have removed it more than once now. I ran Process Explorer from Microsoft, found it, and killed it. Checked back a day later, it's back again. Killed it again, and I found the same thing the following day. I tried killing the process tree yesterday, thinking that that might do the trick, but sure enough, it was there again this morning! Could someone give me an explanation on this? How can I completely remove this keylogger?
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