I have a Lenovo laptop with Windows 7 Home. When I boot up, often times I find it annoyingly long and then Kapersky gives me the message that behavior similar to a keylogger has been detected. After that, the computer appears to run fine. This is a laptop with the OEM Win 7 Home. It's not a pirated copy with any kind of loader. A couple weeks ago I booted to the Kapersky rescue CD. It's the Kapersky that boots to its own Linux OS and runs a version of Kapersky/Linux with it. The idea is to not let Windows run so that viruses cannot exploit Windows to hide behind it. Any viruses cannot run at all. I updated the definitions and did a full scan. It found nothing. I also ran a full Malwarebytes scan under Windows 7 and it found nothing. Is there anything else I need to do to make sure I don't have a keylogger? When Kapersky (under Windows) reported keylogger-like behavior, it gave me precious little information. It couldn't point to any particular application. I suspect may be a legitimate program might simply have used some unconventional programming, but I want to be sure. I do all my financial stuff on this PC and can't let security be compromised. Kapersky does have a virtual keyboard that's supposed to thwart any keylogging, but I still want to kill the keylogger if it's on here. I appreciate any suggestions.