Spector Description

Spector Pro is spyware with specialized keylogging functions. Spector Pro contains seven integrated tools that record your chatroom conversations, your instant messages, your emails sent and received, web sites visited, your keystrokes typed, programs launched, and peer-to-peer file searching and swapping. Spector Pro also provides the equivalent of a digital surveillance tape so that the exact sequence of everything you do on the computer may be viewed. All seven tools work together at the same time, secretly saving all the recordings in a hidden location for the anonymous user.


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Spector Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

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Technical Details

File System Modifications

Tutorials: If you wish to learn how to remove malware components manually, you can read the tutorials on how to find malware, kill unwanted processes, remove malicious DLLs and delete other harmful files. Always be sure to back up your PC before making any changes.
  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name Detection Count
    1 winnetcl.hlp 300
    2 netknlhm.dll 19
    3 winnetcl.cnt 16
    4 599ca53a.tmp 12
    5 netknl.dll 9

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Threat Metric
Threat Level: 8/10
Detection Count: 26


  • Shirley says:

    I want to know how can I visualize spector pro.

  • Al says:

    Disabling/Removing Spector Pro for Mac I used a program called Peek-a-boo to look at running system processes. Using Peek-a-boo, under File select process list and look for a process called DriverSPd. Select DriverSPd and then go to the Manage window and select Process Information Window. This window will tell you where Driver SPd resides. It should be /library/startupItems/SystemStart/DriverSpd-a. Under the Manage window select Kill. You likely won’t have the authority to remove anything from startupitems so just copy DriverSPd to your desktop. Using another program – Smultron, open DriverSPd and erase the contents. Move it back into its directory at which point it will overwrite the existing file. Probably someone with more skill could probably alter DriversSpd code in a more skillful way or write code for the Terminal that could kill it automatically, but this is quick inelegant but effective solution. BTW, these programs are all free. You likely can replicate Peek-a-boo using the Activity Monitor program from your MAC utilities folder or any code editor program for Smultron, such as Dreamweaver.

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