Discussion in 'polls' started by PJC, Oct 28, 2012.
What is your Favorite Anti-KeyLogger?
Comodo D+ is good enough for me.
DefenseWall of course.
what was in vogue last year
Zemana Anti-Logger Free (beta).
Only standalone program I know that works on 64-bit, without needing to pay for it.
I thought that SBIE doesn't provide Keylogging protection.
First - SpyShelter, next - OA.
It does, but only if keylogger is contained in sandbox
Online armor for me, Mamutu is still kinda weak.
I think comodo is good enough for me.
If your system is not already infected, then SBIE can help.
The free version of KeyScrambler Personal supports both x32 & x64bit, and works without any nagging to update to the Pro or Premium.
For firefox users, KeyScrambler Personal (free) is a nice added layer of security in addition to AV/FW's anti-logger protection. It may be unnecessary on top of that protection for Online Armor or Comodo or similar, but it's very light on resources and doesn't conflict AV's or FW's that I'm aware of.
What about the "script key loggers" as mentioned in the SBIE article? Is the only protection from those an av running it's web scanner or something like noscript or having js disabled?
Man I used to like noscript except it became such a pain. I just disable js in Chrome and white list sites now but that is very basic...effective for new sites I suppose though.
I like KeyScrambler but it still has some bugs ...
"None Anti-KeyLogging Protection"; no need for it, no keylogger installed.
I chose Online Armor. I also believe WSA should be great at detecting, and removing keyloggers since WSA combined the technologies of Prevx, and spysweeper into one product. Prevx, and Spysweeper tested stronger than most AV's in the past in the category of keylogger detection & removal. I would love to see more test specifically testing the effectiveness of products preventing, detecting, and removing keyloggers. I think security products should alert users to commercial key loggers on their machines as well. If its a work computer then admin can set exceptions for their own security implementation, but I believe the employees should be aware that their use is being monitored by a keylogger. It will also depend on whats the expectation of privacy for the position or type of job one holds in the working world.
Because I'm not paranoid about computer security I feel no need to use such software.
I don't consider it paranoia, only preparing for the possibility of picking up a keylogger somewhere.
(of course DefenseWall protects from much more then keyloggers alone)
Now where's that tin hat of mine......
Maybe I've just been lucky to have never had a keylogger on any of my machines. But I feel quite safe online even with no security at all.
Webroot SecureAnywhere -> Identity Shield
The AL that comes with my AV/IS/mega suites. Identity shield in WSA and AL in EISP.
not using any seperate Antikeylogger program..
Using OA and WSA
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