Is there a free keyscrambler that works with Opera?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dlimanov, Feb 14, 2010.

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  1. dlimanov

    dlimanov Registered Member

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    I've tried Keyscrambler from QFX but it's been pretty buggy. I don't need anything but key scrambling, as long as it works on Opera. Free would be lovely, but not a deal breaker.
    Anyone know of one?
     
  2. ratwing

    ratwing Guest

    I know when I used the Opera 9,I could not find a free versrion that did.
    (Maybe for 10?),For other reasons I went back to Firefox.
     
  3. progress

    progress Guest

    No - there is no KeyScrambler, there is no WOT, there is no SiteAdvisor ... Opera is not supported ...
     
  4. dmenace

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    On the plus side Opera is not supported by malware.

    Malware killed Internet Explorer and Firefox but Opera still works.

    :D
     
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    ... which really sucks, literally speaking.
     
  7. progress

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    But not the free version ...

    Yes! ... because nearly nobody uses Opera ...

    I agree, but as I can see you are using Chrome now - Chrome 4.0 supports extensions :thumb:
     
  8. Saraceno

    Saraceno Registered Member

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    Sandboxie Opera and all your malware and keylogger nightmares will be over. You'll be able to rest easy. :)
     
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  10. jfd15

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    wouldn't Zemana work?
     
  11. Nebulus

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    And also, there is no need for them: Keyscrambler is not needed as long as you keep the system clean. WOT and SiteAdvisor can be replaced with your own common sense (it's not always a good idea to rely on others). Even Opera can be replaced too, as there are many good free alternatives. :)
    My point with all this rambling ? That it's better to keep your system(s) clean, so there is no need for a tool like a kescrambler.
     
  12. acr1965

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    Prevx SafeOnline supports Opera. There was a free deal for facebook users.
     
  13. raven211

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    I don't see Chrome in the list though. :doubt:
     
  14. ProrokX

    ProrokX Registered Member

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    Half disagree. WOT is a bad example. When you wanna use WOT and Opera- nothing hard to search- you have bookmarklet! You dont want bookmarklet because it it not practical? Try WOT JavaScript! (and it really works- vote system, blocking sites...etc). There are a few possibilities, but you have to search for it.
    Back to thread. I`m not sure, and correct me if I`m wrong: does Data Guard Antikeylogger FREE support Opera? If it does...you have an answer, if not... my fault:D
     
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