[Wine] Re: Keylogger question
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Wed Oct 26 21:59:49 CDT 2011
Martin Gregorie wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-10-26 at 02:38 -0500, isobella wrote:
> > In my experience, the keylogger (http://www.microkeylogger.com) is invisible, and it run with other
> > applicatioons. What's more, most keyloggers are undetectable. While, I
> > know a very simple way to detect it. Type CTRL + ALT + DELETE, it will
> > open your Task Manager, Processes tab look for BKP. exe or AKL. exe,
> > if you find the BKP. AKL exe or. exe's why you have keylogger.
> > * Remembering that if you can not always detect Keylogger by CTRL +
> > ALT + DELETE.
> A more general way to find unexpected processes is to run "ps -ef" from
> a terminal. Either pipe it into less:
> ps -ef |less
> where you can search on keywords or simply scroll through the list, or,
> if you already know the keyword, pipe it into grep:
> ps -ef | grep '\.exe'
> will show you all the .exe programs that are currently running. If you
> want to know more about a program, apropos and man are your friends:
> apropos wine
> man wine
> apropos shows one line describing anything that has your search term in
> the first line or its man page:
> $ apropos wine
> msiexec (1) - Wine MSI Installer
> notepad (1) - Wine text editor
> regedit (1) - Wine registry editor
> regsvr32 (1) - Wine DLL Registration Server
> wine (1) - run Windows programs on Unix
> wineboot (1) - perform Wine initialization, startup, and
> shutdown tasks
> winecfg (1) - Wine Configuration Editor
> wineconsole (1) - The Wine console
> winefile (1) - Wine File Manager
> winemine (1) - Wine Minesweeper game
> winepath (1) - Tool to convert Unix paths to/from Win32
> wineserver (1) - the Wine server
> while typing "man wine" shows the whole man page.
Your way is much more general, I tried it yesterday, it worked.
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