2 of the Best Antilogger Software's Available!

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  1. Warlockz

    Warlockz Registered Member

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    I was going to post this in an older thread but it said it was too old to post in that thread!

    People should know about the Best Antiloggers out their so they can be protected against Logging, and I see lots of posts everywhere talking about this and that free worthless Antilogger software that only blocks some or very few loggers, but none of them seem to talk about the Antiloggers that really work, and block every Keylogger that comes their way!

    Both of these pass every Anti-Keylogger Test available here

    http://firewallleaktester.com/aklt.htm

    Zemana Antilogger is my choice for the price! and is the one I am currently using! it stops all known and unknown Keyloggers, Clipboard loggers and Screen loggers + More!

    http://www.zemana.com/list/list.aspx?ktgr_id=354

    This other one was tested by someone else and they said it passed every test, but its a little bit more pricey then the other one! But it is said to block "hardware keyloggers" which are extremely difficult to detect.


    PrivacyKeyboard™

    http://www.anti-keylogger.com/


    I would rather pay a little than loose Alot!

    Hope this information was useful in one way or another!

    :D Warlock
     
  2. Warlockz

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    Arg can you move this to the right section please? Sorry about that!
     
  3. BrendanK.

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    Both of those are very good indeed. I once used Privacy Keyboard, it was very good! But the fact that I have a HIPS, I do not need a dedicated antilogger.
     
  4. Warlockz

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    Yea I'm using ZoneAlarm SS, but I also use P2P so I wanted to be sure I'm being protected!

    I guess it all depends on the user and that users activities that may compromise their security! this is why I recommend the use of a real antilogger!

    Just try this test for yourself and see how effective your HIPS really is?

    Anti-Keylogger Test available here
    http://firewallleaktester.com/aklt.htm
     
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    Another good one is KeyScrambler.
     
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    How can it block harware keyloggers?
     
  7. Pedro

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    The name suggests it's a virtual keyboard, which could perhaps bypass, not block, hardware keyloggers.
     
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    Zemana ;)
     
  9. funkydude

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    Is there actual test results somewhere? I use the free version of KeyScrambler, wouldn't mind seeing how it scored.
     
  10. Warlockz

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    aigle
    I don't know exactly how but it said on their site PrivacyKeyboard will "help you circumvent hardware keyloggers" so "Help you" doesn't mean solid protection against Hardware Keyloggers, But it will stop all software and low level Hook Keyloggers!

    Maby you can email them and ask them for a real answer to your question because I don't think anyone here knows how they do it!


    Pedro
    No its not a Virtual Keyboard!

    I know the Gov uses virtual keyboard's on their sites to log in to their site's, but I don't know how effective a software virtual keyboard is, I always heard they were trash and don't protect against most Keyloggers!


    funkydude
    Keyscrambler is only protecting you when you see the little green pop up with scrambled text, if you dont see it wile you are typing your not being protected!

    The free version of Keyscrambler only protects the following

    Internet-Explorer, Firefox, & Flock

    Now if you upgrade to Premium you will have a wide variety of protection

    Look Here at the list of software that is protected by each version

    http://www.qfxsoftware.com/products.htm

    But Keyscrambler doesn't protect against screen logging, clipboard logging, ECT so your best bet is to use another antilogger that does!

    You can always try this test "YOURSELF" to see how "you" are being protected with "your current security!" and get results on how your current security software is protecting you!

    Anti-Keylogger Test available here

    http://firewallleaktester.com/aklt.htm
     
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  12. Warlockz

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    I don't think that problem affects LCD/TFT.
     
  14. Dark Shadow

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    I have a license for Zemana.BTW Zemana passes ALKT test with a perfect score.:thumb:
     
  15. Killtek

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    Zemana... for sure!
     
  16. TechOutsider

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    I would buy a touchscreen LCD and therefore forget about worrying about keyloggers ... touch reconigizion in Windows 7 ;)

    until the industry catches up with me ;(
     
  17. Warlockz

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    Just because its a touch screen doesn't mean its going to protect you from Keyloggers! Not to mention screen capture ECT

    Where did you hear that from, or did you just make that up yourself?
     
  18. TechOutsider

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    Well traditional keyloggers cannot capture touch input.

    And traditional keyloggers do not take screen shots.
     
  19. LockBox

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    Is that anything like protecting yourself only from "traditional" trojans or a "traditional" virus?

    Most good surveillance/monitoring software today include screen captures:

    http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/SpectorPro_Windows/#screenSnapshots

    http://www.spytech-web.com/spyagent/ssdisplay.php?i=screenspy

    http://www.e-spy-software.com/sample_screen_recorder.shtml

    http://www.acespy.com/screenshots.html
     
  20. Warlockz

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    Mabee you should learn more about Keyloggers before posting False and misleading information about them!

    Here is one of the best resources to get started!

    http://skrasavi.ds.uiuc.edu/Others/keyloggers.htm


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  21. Z32

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    Zemana sounds interesting!

    Would I need to ditch KeyScrambler before trying Zemana?
     
  22. Warlockz

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    Nope, they are compatible with each other, I have a license for KeyScrambler Premium, so I thought why not, might as well keep it installed as in it barley uses any resources anyways and would be a waist of $50 bucks to just let it sit in a folder somewhere! Who knows, might come in handy one of these days?
     
  23. Z32

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    Thanks Warlockz, I'm going to give it a try :)
     
  24. Warlockz

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    Well I installed Spector Pro to test some things out, I'm Ticked OFF, Zemana Antilogger did nothing to stop Spector Pro, Period! It did however Prompt me during the installation of Specter Pro asking for permission for the Installation to continue as did Zonealarm!

    TIP; Always use a good password in your HIPS applications, therefore the Individual trying to install the malicious software is halted by the need for your password to continue!
     
  25. LockBox

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    I'm a fan of Anti-Executable from Faronics. None of this crap will execute unless it's on your whitelist. http://www.faronics.com/html/antiexec.asp For me, any of the good Instant Restore apps (Deep Freeze, even the free Returnil) combined with anti-executable will keep anything away.

    By the way, I'm the author of a very controversial post (and article) back in 2004 introducing most people here at Wilders to the whole idea of instant restore software. Most people were fascinated with the whole idea, but skeptical. I said it then and I stand by it today - Deep Freeze (or any number of ISR apps now) and a whitelist HIPS like Anti-Executable (known then as FreezeX)...and nothing else really matters, ditch all the rest of our security toys as they are overkill at that point. Of course, I like to play around like everyone else here with the latest tools, but an ISR app and AE is all anyone really needs.
     
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