Today, while Microsoft extols the virtues of Windows 10 S and HoloLens at the Build keynote, many who have an HP machine will be dealing with a new, unexpected tech problem.Swiss security firm modzero AG released a white paper (PDF) that contains details about a keylogger in certain HP audio drivers.

The keylogger stores records of all of your keystrokes in a file located in the public folder C:\Users\Public\MicTray.log.[ InfoWorld has you covered through all stages of Windows 10.

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Fortunately, there’s an easy way to check to see if the MicTray keylogger is on your machine and, if so, to get rid of it.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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