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    Default Help! Keylogger & iPhone.sbi files found

    I'm new to Spybot (yet old I'm 57) and don't understand tech information
    Looking at the results, can someone interrupt if this means someone put a KEYLOGGER.sbi on my PC and can remotely watch from their IPhone????

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    Hello KatPat,

    Your screen shot appears to show SBI files which are detection databases than can be used to tell Spybot - Search & Destroy where and how to look for malware.

    Best regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Hello KatPat,

    Your screen shot appears to show SBI files which are detection databases than can be used to tell Spybot - Search & Destroy where and how to look for malware.

    Best regards.
    Thank you for answering,
    So it's not necessarily my neighbor put the keylogger on this PC and transmitted my keystrokes to her iPhone?
    (I honestly don't have a clue how this all works)

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    Hello KatPat,

    Quote Originally Posted by KatPat View Post
    So it's not necessarily my neighbor put the keylogger on this PC and transmitted my keystrokes to her iPhone?
    (I honestly don't have a clue how this all works)
    The dates show when the definitions were added or updated in Spybot's database.

    It does not mean the malware is on your computer, it is what Spybot looks for during a scan.

    Quote Originally Posted by tashi View Post
    Your screen shot appears to show SBI files which are detection databases than can be used to tell Spybot - Search & Destroy where and how to look for malware.
    Please list:

    Version of Spybot: http://www.safer-networking.org/shop/
    The operating system
    Other security programs installed
    Any issues with the computer's performance

    Best regards.
    Microsoft MVP Reconnect 2018-
    Windows Insider MVP 2016-2018
    Microsoft Consumer Security MVP 2006-2016

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    [Ok I gotcha now...
    Whew! Here Im thinking super spy neighbor got in hose to my pc and added the software to spy on me.
    Thank you ver much!


    QUOTE=tashi;464596]Hello KatPat,



    The dates show when the definitions were added or updated in Spybot's database.

    It does not mean the malware is on your computer, it is what Spybot looks for during a scan.



    Please list:

    Version of Spybot: http://www.safer-networking.org/shop/
    The operating system
    Other security programs installed
    Any issues with the computer's performance

    Best regards.[/QUOTE]

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