my PC is infected with keylogger Please Help

Dell Vostro v13 laptop computer (intel c...
January 30, 2011 at 10:33:11
Specs: Windows XP
my computer is infected with keylogger that can copy and pass all the messages and stuffs. . like everything i type in my computer. . .just wanna know if repormating it can make the key logger go away?pleaseee need some help. . i dont know what type of keylogger attacks my computer though. . and is it possible that even this keylogger didnt touch my computer he/she can hacked my acct?

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January 30, 2011 at 14:31:13
Not many nasties can survive reformatting if that's what you really want to do.

Keep an eye on this post tho because there might be an alternative solution.

We all live on a ball.

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January 30, 2011 at 14:31:55
Anything is possible if you don't have enough defenses in place.

What AV ( Antivirus ) are you using?

Have you run a full scan?

Do you have any names for the infection?

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January 31, 2011 at 05:53:07
i am not that aware of computer infections or viruses so at the moment i dont have an idea whats the name of the keylogger attacked my computer :( i have superspyware and malware and yes i used it as full scan but i am still afraid that the keylogger is still in my computer :(

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January 31, 2011 at 06:42:30
when i open my computer the spyware doctor starts scanning too and it appears spyware known bad sites and when i click the virus this is the site says "Spyware.Known_Bad_Sites
Threat Level: High
Description:Indicates that a known bad site may have hijacked. Adware, Spyware and Phishing sites may use the Windows hosts file to redirect your browser to a malicious site when you try to access a valid site such as your Bank.
Threat Analysis:Search ThreatExpert to view reports
Removal:This infection can be removed using Spyware Doctor,

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January 31, 2011 at 07:25:58
You can easily eliminate the host file from the equation. Follow this path:
"C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc" and you will see a file name Hosts (no extension). Rename the Hosts file to xHosts to disable it then reboot and see if the problem goes away. If so we can examine the contents of the Hosts file. If it makes no differenct then just rename the file back to Hosts.

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