Home Malware Programs Keyloggers iProtectYou


Posted: March 28, 2006

iProtectYou is a commercial PC surveillance application designed for Internet filtering and children online monitoring purposes. The software tracks user activity, monitors Internet usage, filters web content and logs all user keystrokes. It sends gathered data to a predefined e-mail address. iProtectYou must be manually installed. The threat automatically runs on every Windows startup.

File System Modifications

  • The following files were created in the system:
    # File Name
    1 inotify.exe
    2 iprun.exe
    3 ipsp.dll
    4 ipy.exe

Registry Modifications

  • The following newly produced Registry Values are:

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  • daniel valcin says:

    i tried removing iprotectyou from Windows Task Manager it never worked, what do i have to do help me please i need to delete it real bad.

  • Robin C says:

    I cannot find these files, however they are in my task manager, I am not sure what to do. I am afraid that if i stop the processes for ipx.exe and ipy.exe, and i cannot find the rest of the files I may do more harm than good.

    Why can't I find these files in the registry or anywhere else?