Wednesday, August 06, 2008

KeyScrambler Personal - Free protection from keyloggers

What are keyloggers? And why do we need protection from them? These are good questions to which all computer users should have the answers. Keyloggers are small computer programs that record the keystrokes typed on a computer keyboard. They can be secretly installed on a computer so that, as you type in your passwords and user IDs to access your online bank information, someone can get them and do bad things with your money, like stealing it.

This application "encrypts keystrokes at the kernel driver level to defeat known and unknown keyloggers.  It gives you, your family and your business the world's best anti-keylogging protection."

KeyScrambler Personal

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