Since the (spam) thread was deleted I will repost my findings:
I haven't tried many anti-keylogger apps but Security Task manager, TaskInfo could not pick up "Elite Keylogger" (widestep) unless unhidden. I ran a scan of windows folder with NOD32 but nothing found. However, Unhackme picked it up immediately
I thought this might be an interesting test. Yes, it's well hidden. Unless you unhide it (windump view), it's hiddden - it already picked up my login password and screenshots. However, Unhackme detected it immediately on boot (Screenshot) while hidden. However this app could not delete it (I tried all options). The only way to rid it was to uninstall it. I am sure about Unhackme's find because I rebooted immediately after uninstalling and Unhackme reported nothing this time.
*edit - another interesting bit of info was the fact that somehow internet connection was prevented by any means (FTP, browser) something prevented CPU access so that connection was impossible. Upon uninstalling keylogger, connection has been returned to normal - **edit - this is probably unrelated as the cpu problem persists (another thread)
Someone, at another board, also ran a test. Here are his results:
I also tested the Elite Widestep keylogger, and boy is that a tricky one to detect. Nearly every security program I tested against it, failed to detect it! Including MSAS, Ewido, A2, Pest Patrol, Spybot, Ad-aware, BlackLight, and a few others.
The only programs that were able to find it were Unhackme (as Lynchknot posted) and Rootkit Revealer 1.32 (I haven't downloaded the latest version of RR yet).
I would have liked to test Spycop against it but I don't have the $50. to do so. They really should have a trial version available of Spycop. But anyway at least we have some free tools available to detect this junk.