I have been reading some threads here lately about keyloggers, which ones function the best, which are are proactive, etc. I was wondering though if there are a real concern for me and if I need to do anything to help prevent them. I use LooknStop firewall, a heavily tweaked Sandboxie, and RollbackRX. My way of thinking is that keyloggers don't pose much of a threat to me. They would have to be able to access the internet, which is filtered by LnS. If I were to get infect by something else I could simply roll back my system to a previous state. I also have three sandboxie boxes configured to filter what can be run inside of them and what has the ability to access the internet from inside them. Also, all three boxes are configured with low privileges. I don't really care if it can capture what I type, as long as what it captures can't be transmitted. Or am I thinking about this all wrong?