KBFILTR.sys - keylogger?

  JamieC 11:10 28 Jun 2008
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Kaspersky Internet Security keeps telling me that C:\windows\system32\kbfiltr.sys is a keylogger and is dangerous. I'm not sure that this is true, because it is a windows driver, but I don't really know. I've added it to the allow list, for now.

What should I do?

  [email protected] 11:16 28 Jun 2008

on xp it's the keyboard driver click here submit the file to kaspersky so they can check it.
run click here in safe mode see if it brings anything up.

  [email protected] 11:21 28 Jun 2008

my mistake, it's a driver from dritec click here
spyware terminater and adaware have elements nod pulls up as keyloggers and even a screen reader!
i would still submit the file to them

  [email protected] 11:23 28 Jun 2008
  JamieC 11:28 28 Jun 2008

OK, thanks

  JamieC 11:29 28 Jun 2008

How do you submit the file to Kaspersky?

  [email protected] 11:56 28 Jun 2008
  Mac70 12:11 28 Jun 2008

The Dritec file should be in this folder
C:\Windows\System32\drivers
So I would have it submitted too. You might be better having it submitted here
click here

or here
click here

  JamieC 12:25 28 Jun 2008

Thanks, Mac70. Those sites found no viruses, but I've posted s topic in the Kaspersky forum and they said it was just a driver, but send it to Kaspersky, in case - which I did. Waiting for a reply.

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