We all know what damage keyloggers can do. It can be a virtual suicide if someone gets to know our precious passwords. I have recently been a victim of keylogger attacks but due to the precautionary measures i had already taken I was unscathed. I am writing this since keyloggers attack are on the rise and I just wanted to warn you all. Here are some ways that may help you : -- You can use a virtual keyboard such as http://www.lakefolks.org/cnt/. It is a Click-N-Type keyboard designed for anyone with a disability, but it can be used against keyloggers, simply by clicking keys with the mouse whenever you have to write sensitive information such as passwords. -- Check the task list by press ctrl+alt+del in windows. Examine all the tasks running, if you unsure of a task look it up on a search engine. -- Use the system configuration utility to determine which task are loaded at start-up (type "msconfig" in the run box to start). -- Run your antivirus checker, it's possible this will pick up the Keylogger on your system. -- Scan your hard disk for the most recent files stored. Look at the contents of any files continually updating (these might be logs). -- Download a specific keylogger detector program, and see if it detects anything. -- Run Spybot S&D, this program checks for some known keyloggers. -- Here is a free anti-keylogging program. http://dewasoft.com/privacy/kldetector.htm -- You can also use a speech recognition software like Dragon Naturally Speaking to enter critical info on the web. Hope this helps, Blackhat_Boy..