Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by LukaszJ, Jan 3, 2007.
Could anyone recommed some anti-keylogger/scanner software ? Better safe than sorry :/.
A combination of Snoopfree and one or more of the popular free rootkit scanners like F-secure's Blacklight beta, RootkitRevealer or BitDefender's Rootkit Uncover would be a free and relatively easy to use combination for finding a fairly wide variety of keyloggers.
Snoopfree has been out of the loop for a while now. I attempted to help the developer long ago, but his wife bore a baby and had no time. Its ok and not bad but had some BSOD issues that were not resolved. I would suggest perhaps some HIPS softwares like ProSecurity and SSM, because they contain the main things you need to prevent keyloggers. You can run dedicated antikeylogger techno but you must considder if the resources are worth the result.
I would suggest AntiKeylogger Elite as this product is made by the creator of ProSecurity, and i put alot of input on this ake product to help it from usermode protection to kernel and screenshot protection etc. I would recomend ****
Snoopfree is a nice product. However, it does not detect Martin's Keylogger.
I would recomend BoClean.
Didnt Cyberhawk score 8 out of 8 in Gizmos keylogger test? Including Martins? If I remember right Antivir does well against keyloggers also.
Snoopfree detects a lot of keyloggers, but not all of them. Since it's not a signature-based programs, some keyloggers that use different techniques than keyboard hooks/filters, "unowned window" reading, etc, are not detected. BUT, SnoopFree detects a lot of actual "in the wild" keyloggers, and unless it causes a conflict is a more than worthy addition to signature-based keylogger detection like BOClean: they just complement each other.
What BOClean say about the Martin's Keylogger?
AVG Anti spyware, and a-squared also detect keyloggers. I use Snoopfree plus AVG 7.5 AS as active programs, and have a-squared free as an on-demand application.
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