- Jun 26, 2005
Hi, my anti-virus software, Trend Micro, keeps popping up this message about a keylogger called the Perfect Keylogger stuck in my system volume information. I know that this folder is just for my System Restore information, but it concerns me that this keylogger is in there, since if I have to use my system restore, I'll have to deal with getting rid of it all over again. I already got past the access denied stuff for the System Volume Information folder using cacls, but the sub directory that contains the keylogger is also denying me access. However, I can't use cacls to grant me access, because it too says access denied when I try. I was wondering if anyone knows a way for me to get access into that subdirectory so I can shred that file. You had a similar thread about this here: http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?p=2648044, and you seemed to handle that nicely.