Tuesday, December 21, 2010 0 komentar
KeyScrambler Personal encrypts your keystrokes at the kernel driver level to protect what you type from keyloggers.
Starting with version 2.0, KeyScrambler protects everything you type into Firefox, including:
* All login forms and dialogs, online shopping, webmail, forums, and more
* The Firefox master password dialog
* URL and search bar
* Other Firefox add-ons and toolbars like RoboForm, Chatzilla, and Sxipper.
How KeyScrambler Works:
When you type on your keyboard, the keys travel along a path within the operating system before it arrives at your browser. Keyloggers plant themselves along this path and observe and record your keystrokes. The collected information is then sent to the criminals who will use it to steal from you.
KeyScrambler defeats keyloggers by encrypting your keystrokes at the keyboard driver level, deep within the operating system. When the encrypted keystrokes reach your browser, KeyScrambler then decrypts them so you see exactly the keys you've typed. Keyloggers can only record the encrypted keys, which are completely indecipherable.
Unlike anti-virus and anti-spyware programs that depend on recognition to remove keyloggers that they know about, KeyScrambler will protect you from both known and unknown keyloggers. What's more, KeyScrambler provides protection without getting in your way. You don't have anything to learn about the program and you don't have to do anything differently, but with KeyScrambler your important personal information will be a whole lot safer.
Note: Due to kernel architecture, KeyScrambler currently only works on Windows 2000 and later.
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