Antilogger Leak Test

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by guest, Mar 9, 2010.

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  1. guest

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    i make this test for myself,
    i know mamutu, threatfire, AVG identity protection are not antilogger
    i know keyscrambler, nexgen antilogger havent got screenlogger, webcamlogger, .. protection
     

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  3. lordraiden

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    Thanks but why you didnt test Zemana? all the leaktest are from Zemana?
    If you want to try more maybe Comodo, OA would be fine
     
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    Great test summary. Thanks. Adding Online Armor and Malware Defender into the list would be nice if you get the the time to test them.
     
  5. kasperking

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    well he did.....anti logger 1.9.2.172 is zemana
     
  6. lordraiden

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    Ok, thanks, so how can zemana fails in their own test? The ZE column are the leaktest made by Zemana, no?
     
  7. guest

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    yes, interesting result. i test it twice but i dont know
    you can check it yourself
     
  8. lordraiden

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    Could you make the test with comodo with and without sandbox?
    I would like to know if this keylogers can add security to my config or not
     
  9. Dark Star 72

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    Look again - the first six tests are from SpyShelter, only the last two are the Zemana tests.
     
  10. guest

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    4 test from spyshelter, 4 test spyshelter with ZE tools
     

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    If you were running the test app as isolated then GW did its job by not allowing critical system access. If that's the case GW passed the tests easily.
     
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    @guest

    Thanks for the tests. I notice you're using zet.png which is a private tool. How realistic would this circumvention be in the real world, and is this a well known possible vector in malwareland ?

    You might add Trusteer Rapport to the already good suggested apps to test, if you don't mind.
     
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    also SnooPFree;)
     
  15. guest

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    i think anti-keylogger 9.2.1 and privacykeyboard same product.
    http://www.anti-keyloggers.com/
    http://www.privacykeyboard.com/

    is it dead? very old product, only support xp. it is not updated since 2004
    http://download.cnet.com/SnoopFree-...00.html?part=111521%20&subj=dlpage&tag=button

    if zemana programmers can write, malware writers can too. i think it is realistic.

    it is good news
     
  16. Rules

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    Thanks for this test, i have to agree that SpyShelter catch all loggers, actually i run it with other security products and no issue (i just set SpyShelter startup in a delayed start for five seconds because KIS2010 is first:) .

    Memory usage is about 9152 K on windows 7 x64.

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  17. SafetyFirst

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    From their FAQ:

    It would be interesting to see if PK passes the screen capture test.
     
  18. NoIos

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    I find strange that a security product accepts for itself a delayed startup. For the rest Spyshelter looks valid. I have to try it. :)
     
  19. Rules

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    Yep delayed start of spyshelter isn't a problem and can avoid some startup conflicts.
    Just one thing, Spyshelter don't have service installed while lot's of real-time security product like kis, a-squared and more get it.


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