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Hi,

I received an email that seemed legitimate, and clicked the link (two days ago). The link didn't 'work'. I was talking to one of my friends, who is much more fluent with computers than I am, and he said that chances are I downloaded a keylogger onto my computer.

I've been researching the processes on my Activity Monitor, but there are a lot of them, and I'm wondering if there is an easier way.

Particularly, because I have the date and time that I received the email/clicked on the link, I was wondering if these data can help me at all in identifying a bogey process. Can they? Also, is there anything else that I can do? I downloaded a free trial of mcafee and am scanning the computer currently, but I'm not entirely sure what else to do.

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Run Activity Monitor; go to File » Save and save a text file of everything that is running; then copy/paste the contents into a reply here. We can then look over what's running.


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Run Activity Monitor; go to File » Save and save a text file of everything that is running; then copy/paste the contents into a reply here. We can then look over what's running.
N**S is the user name. Only one user on the computer. these are all of the processes.
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Active Memory: 1.60 GB
Free Memory: 734.3 MB
Wired Memory: 955.9 MB
Used Memory: 3.28 GB
Inactive Memory: 762.1 MB
Total VM: 136.83 GB
Number of processes: 70

PID Process Name User CPU Real Mem Virtual Mem
0 kernel_task root 25.3 303.9 MB 3.01 GB
1 launchd root 0.0 764 KB 2.34 GB
10 kextd root 0.0 9.8 MB 2.34 GB
11 DirectoryService root 0.0 4.3 MB 2.34 GB
12 notifyd root 0.0 484 KB 2.33 GB
13 diskarbitrationd root 0.0 1.2 MB 2.33 GB
14 configd root 0.0 2.4 MB 2.36 GB
15 syslogd root 0.0 540 KB 2.34 GB
16 blued root 0.0 2.1 MB 2.35 GB
19 mDNSResponder _mdnsrespo 0.1 2.3 MB 2.35 GB
20 distnoted daemon 0.0 1,004 KB 2.33 GB
24 securityd root 0.0 2.2 MB 2.35 GB
25 coreservicesd root 0.0 8.5 MB 2.39 GB
28 ntpd root 0.0 704 KB 2.32 GB
29 krb5kdc root 0.0 844 KB 2.33 GB
32 usbmuxd _usbmuxd 0.0 732 KB 2.35 GB
37 mds root 0.0 24.3 MB 2.54 GB
38 loginwindow n**s 0.0 7.0 MB 2.67 GB
39 KernelEventAgent root 0.0 512 KB 2.33 GB
41 hidd root 0.0 924 KB 2.33 GB
42 fseventsd root 0.0 1.6 MB 2.34 GB
44 dynamic_pager root 0.0 332 KB 2.32 GB
50 autofsd root 0.0 500 KB 2.33 GB
72 WindowServer _windowser 4.8 64.5 MB 2.76 GB
79 cvmsServ root 0.0 412 KB 2.33 GB
91 launchd n**s 0.0 756 KB 2.34 GB
95 Dock n**s 0.0 15.4 MB 2.69 GB
96 SystemUIServer n**s 0.0 11.7 MB 2.66 GB
97 Finder n**s 0.0 32.3 MB 2.81 GB
99 coreaudiod _coreaudio 0.0 2.4 MB 2.34 GB
101 pboard n**s 0.0 312 KB 2.32 GB
102 fontd n**s 0.0 6.0 MB 2.38 GB
114 UserEventAgent n**s 0.0 2.6 MB 2.35 GB
121 AirPort Base Station Agen n**s 0.0 2.1 MB 2.62 GB
195 AppleSpell.service n**s 0.0 4.7 MB 2.35 GB
3921 iTunes Helper n**s 0.0 1.1 MB 2.60 GB
4224 DashboardClient n**s 0.1 42.5 MB 3.75 GB
4225 DashboardClient n**s 0.0 3.6 MB 934.6 MB
4227 WebKitPluginAgent n**s 0.0 288 KB 2.34 GB
69109 Google Chrome n**s 0.6 199.7 MB 1.34 GB
69115 Google Chrome Worker n**s 0.0 50.8 MB 1.03 GB
69116 Google Chrome Worker n**s 0.0 21.8 MB 997.3 MB
69281 Google Chrome Helper n**s 0.0 25.2 MB 958.7 MB
69870 Shockwave Flash (Chrome P n**s 2.8 54.1 MB 1.00 GB
69871 mdworker n**s 0.0 18.1 MB 2.37 GB
69880 Activity Monitor n**s 14.9 32.9 MB 2.78 GB
69882 activitymonitord root 0.9 1.5 MB 2.33 GB
69903 Google Chrome Renderer n**s 0.1 80.5 MB 1.06 GB
69925 diskimages-helper n**s 0.0 12.7 MB 2.36 GB
69933 hdiejectd root 0.0 1.6 MB 2.33 GB
69936 mdworker _spotlight 0.0 9.8 MB 2.36 GB
70072 SystemStarter root 0.0 984 KB 2.33 GB
70723 fmpd root 1.2 3.1 MB 599.7 MB
70790 cron root 0.0 900 KB 2.32 GB
70863 VShieldScanManager root 1.5 3.3 MB 603.9 MB
70901 cma root 0.0 12.2 MB 628.8 MB
70908 VShieldUpdate root 0.0 50.3 MB 637.9 MB
70959 Menulet n**s 0.1 5.1 MB 892.3 MB
70962 McAfee Reporter n**s 0.0 5.1 MB 896.2 MB
70969 VShieldScanner root 0.0 109.6 MB 697.0 MB
70970 VShieldScanner root 0.0 109.5 MB 697.0 MB
70971 VShieldScanner root 0.0 100.7 MB 694.6 MB
71006 McAfee Security n**s 6.4 10.9 MB 958.9 MB
71055 VShieldService root 6.8 8.1 MB 613.4 MB
71062 Google Chrome Renderer n**s 0.1 92.9 MB 1.08 GB
71069 imklaunchagent n**s 0.0 1.9 MB 2.35 GB
71070 Keyboard Viewer n**s 0.6 34.2 MB 2.72 GB
71078 Google Chrome Renderer n**s 0.0 67.8 MB 1.07 GB
71104 VShieldScanner n**s 57.7 86.3 MB 681.0 MB
71167 Google Chrome Renderer n**s 0.4 107.6 MB 1.08 GB
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Hi and welcome to the forum Konstiin.

So just from hitting a link in a email and it not working, your friend has said its chances are you downloaded a keylogger onto your computer ??? How did he come up with that ??

Sorry but it sounds as if your friend is scaring you for no good reason.
Can you give us a reason or a indication that a Keylogger would be on your machine ??

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Offhand, it all looks kosher to me. Honestly…. the likelihood that you accidentally acquired malware is very very very low. Like Tattooed suggested, your friend pulled that out of his ***. There are exploits out there that do use phony web pages like that, but the later versions of OS X actually do have anti-malware features that it silently updates.

One other thought… were you prompted for your user name and password when you clicked on that link? If not, then there is absolutely no chance you acquired malware. Installing anything like that requires your explicit permission.


EDIT: and go ahead and get rid of McAfee. It's a drain on your system and otherwise just not necessary.

EDIT 2: WOW! I had no idea Chrome had so many processes going at once. That's crazy!


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Hi and welcome to the forum Konstiin.

So just from hitting a link in a email and it not working, your friend has said its chances are you downloaded a keylogger onto your computer ??? How did he come up with that ??

Sorry but it sounds as if your friend is scaring you for no good reason.
Can you give us a reason or a indication that a Keylogger would be on your machine ??

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Yes:
1) I am 100% sure that the email was from someone posing to be someone that they weren't. Ie. it looked like it was from [video game company] but after more careful inspection it is proved to not be from [video game company].
2) These emails have recently been reported as an issue within the community of [video game].

--The thing that I am not 100% sure of is that there was anything downloaded. The email that was sent was certainly designed to get me to click the link, which linked to some 404 page or something. I passed it off as nothing because somewhere in the email it said that this might be resulting from a bug in the system. When I was talking to my friend later, he told me that this was a common way of getting me to inadvertently download something on to my computer.

So basically, I know that the email was fake, and that it was an email that has been used to trick others. However, I don't know if the email (and the link on which I clicked) did actually download something such as a keylogger onto my computer.

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Offhand, it all looks kosher to me. Honestly…. the likelihood that you accidentally acquired malware is very very very low. Like Tattooed suggested, your friend pulled that out of his ***. There are exploits out there that do use phony web pages like that, but the later versions of OS X actually do have anti-malware features that it silently updates.

One other thought… were you prompted for your user name and password when you clicked on that link? If not, then there is absolutely no chance you acquired malware. Installing anything like that requires your explicit permission.


EDIT: and go ahead and get rid of McAfee. It's a drain on your system and otherwise just not necessary.
Thanks! It did not prompt me for anything like my username or password. The only time that I have been prompted for my username and password in the last week or so is the mcafee installer.

I'll get rid of mcafee. Thanks for the help guys!
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Yes:
1) I am 100% sure that the email was from someone posing to be someone that they weren't. Ie. it looked like it was from [video game company] but after more careful inspection it is proved to not be from [video game company].
2) These emails have recently been reported as an issue within the community of [video game].

--The thing that I am not 100% sure of is that there was anything downloaded. The email that was sent was certainly designed to get me to click the link, which linked to some 404 page or something. I passed it off as nothing because somewhere in the email it said that this might be resulting from a bug in the system. When I was talking to my friend later, he told me that this was a common way of getting me to inadvertently download something on to my computer.

So basically, I know that the email was fake, and that it was an email that has been used to trick others. However, I don't know if the email (and the link on which I clicked) did actually download something such as a keylogger onto my computer.

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One other thought… were you prompted for your user name and password when you clicked on that link? If not, then there is absolutely no chance you acquired malware. Installing anything like that requires your explicit permission.
As lifeisabeach has posted, unless you put in a Admin Password then there is no chance what so ever that you have anything Malicious going on with your machine.
Why the big secret on what video game company we are talking about ?? It would be nice to know as i would like to go and do some research on this so called fake email and what it does. Forgive me for saying and i mean nothing from it but you sound super paranoid about all this.

I doubt very much unless you put in a Admin password that you have a key logger

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It's Jagex, the game is Runescape.

There are constantly fake emails reported. I left it out because I thought that it would just distract more from the answer that I was looking for.
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So just from hitting a link in a email and it not working, your friend has said its chances are you downloaded a keylogger onto your computer ??? How did he come up with that ??
In the Windows world, this is ENTIRELY plausible and possible.

But it's NOT possible in the Mac world, so I agree with the rest of you ... nothing amiss.
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PID COMMAND %CPU TIME #TH #WQ #POR #MREG RPRVT RSHRD RSIZE VPRVT VSIZE PGRP PPID
336 qmgr 0.0 00:00.00 1 0 22 27 400K 324K 1484K 17M 2378M 334 334
335 pickup 0.0 00:00.00 1 0 22 27 396K 324K 1448K 17M 2378M 334 334
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