I HAVE Never and WOULD Never post any site that would be harmful to anyone
in these groups. I've been around many years my friend and many or the
regulars and MVP's can tell you that. I don't suspect the OP is infected, I
know they are. The link is perfectly safe to click on, but for "your"
benefit I will post the contents below. BTW, my assumption came from the
fact the OP said they Googled it and Emailed Widestep for an uninstaller but
got no response.
The link Verbatim:
There are several ways to uninstall Elite Keylogger. Please, note: the
uninstallation method you choose much depends on the mode you installed
Elite Keylogger in. Since version 3.0, uninstallation process was changed a
bit. Right now the best way to uninstall Elite Keylogger is to use the
"Uninstall keylogger" button in the Options tab of the GUI.
If you installed Elite Keylogger in invisible mode:
Uninstallation from invisible mode can be executed from the configuration
utility or command line. To uninstall Elite Keylogger, please, go to Options
tab and select "Quick Tasks - Uninstall Keylogger".
If you have problems logging into the GUI, please, e-mail us to receive
further instructions, supply your detailed system specifications and exactly
describe the situation that you are having, including what exactly happens
when you try to unhide Elite Keylogger to get into the GUI.
If you installed Elite Keylogger in visible mode or only Logs Viewer:
In this case Elite Keylogger is added to your Add/Remove Programs list, so
you may uninstall it in standard way from there. Alternatively, you may use
the "All Programs - WideStep Elite Keylogger - Uninstall" shortcut which was
also created during the installation.
All the best,
Is your computer system ready for Vista? https://winqual.microsoft.com/hcl/
"Doug" <doug@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have lost the logic of why you make this assumption here. Is it safe
>to visit such a link (which I have defaced with XXXX)? Are we suspecting
>the OP is infected by a malicious substitute for a benevolent keylogger (if
>there is such a thing), or is the link you show almost certainly dangerous
>to click on - in which case I would be a bit worried that you give it
>currency. I'm not being picky but I am puzzled. Doug
> "SG" <sorry@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I assume you went to this link?
>> All the best,
>> Is your computer system ready for Vista?
>> "ratimus" <ratimus@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>>I had an error message pop up on my pc, I did not know what it was so I
>>> googled it.
>>> Turns out it is an error message for a keylogger program called Elite
>>> Keylogger from Widestep Software. The keylogger shuts down after system
>>> startup which is why I get the error message, but it has slowed startup
>>> to a crawl. Emailed Widestep for an uninistaller but got no response.
>>> antivirus, windows defender, and spybot search and destroy all scan
>>> Any suggestions?