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Old 08-05-2010, 10:40 AM   #11
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Default Re: How do I remove The Keylogger without password?

Get a bootable Linux CD or install a small version of Ubunto Linux so she cant see what you doing....


What does she suspect you of doing lol
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Old 08-06-2010, 03:48 AM   #12
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Because she doesn't trust him and it's a privacy issue
Yes, with the keylogger, I feel my privacy has been invaded. I don't know why my mom doesn't trust me. I didn't do anything bad. It makes me disgusted.
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Talk to your mother and ask why; must be a reason for her to do it.
try to build trust between the two of you.
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Old 08-08-2010, 09:12 PM   #14
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Talk to your mother and ask why; must be a reason for her to do it.
try to build trust between the two of you.
Thanks a lot, I've talked to my mother several times, but she said she just worried me and just wanted to protect me. I have no idea now.
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Default Re: How do I remove The Keylogger without password?

Do this: Go under start > Run > MSconfig > (tab) Startup > *Find the program's ID and uncheck it.* It should then stop booting with Windows. You do realize, however that she will most likely notice the keylogger has been deactivated and you may suffer worse consequences.

It is also a possibility to boot under Safe Mode and remove the entire application as a Power-User, assuming it will not require a password for that, either.

Personally, I'd go with what has already been suggested. A windows-live boot CD, or a Linux-live boot CD. These will enable you to run a copy of Windows from the CD drive. The major downside is that, because it is a CD, you will not be able to permanently install programs, and the availability of program installation will be based on the amount of RAM your computer possesses.
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