find a keylogger on leopard

I think something is slowing down my mac computer

how to tell if there is a keylogger

how to see all processes running
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Open the terminal, and type "ps -aux" (without the quotation marks).
This should list all active processes.
rgb192Author Commented:
sudo su

sh-3.2# ps-aux
sh: ps-aux: command not found
sh-3.2# ps -aux
ps: No user named 'x'
Sorry - try 'ps -ax' instead.
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Open Activity Monitor, found in /Applications/Utilities to see a list of all open processes.

You could also try Little Snitch:  It acts as a firewall and warns you of all outgoing traffic.
In addition to that, run these :

ps -c
ps -A
ps -f

Then, please submit the output

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