KeyScrambler 3.8 released

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Timok, Jul 29, 2015.

  1. Timok

    Timok Registered Member

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    The last info about KeyScrambler here was KeyScrambler v3.5 is released. In the meantime, the following has changed

    Jul 28, 2015
    KeyScrambler 3.8
    adds full Windows 10 support. It also fixes some issues and adds support to 9 more applications at our users' request.

    Jun 11, 2015
    KeyScrambler 3.7
    fixes some issues and adds support to 12 more applications at our users' request.

    Feb 16, 2015
    KeyScrambler 3.6
    adds support to configurations for remapping the Ctrl key and the Caps Lock key. It has also added 8 more browsers and apps at our users' request.

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  2. ComputerSaysNo

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    This software can easily be defeated. I have a pro license just sitting on my work machine. Might give it away since I don't use it :)
     
  3. amarildojr

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    Mind explaining how?
     
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    @Timok Thanks for the link. Working great here with Win 10.
     
  5. Rasheed187

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    I suppose he's talking about banking trojans who alter browser memory. KeyScrambler can't protect against this, it will only protect against regular keyloggers.
     
  6. ArchiveX

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    Using the Premium edition on Windows 10 x64 :thumb:
     
  7. Timok

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    @Rasheed187

    If this is correct it cant protect against things like SpyFiles 4 ? :-( For normal keyloggers are tools like Malwarebytes Anti-Malware protection enough.
     
  8. Rasheed187

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    I'm not sure, I couldn't find any technical info on that page. It depends on the method that the keylogger uses, KeyScrambler will protect against message, hook and possibly kernel based key-loggers.
     
  9. Timok

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    @Rasheed187

    http://www.ccc.de/system/uploads/77/original/0zapftis-release.tgz This are the binaries from the first German GOV-Spyfile http://www.ccc.de/de/updates/2011/staatstrojaner not my Upload, it's from Chaos Computer Club. If your AV software is working you can't download it.
     
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  10. Rasheed187

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    @ Timok

    I'm currently not using any VM, so I can't test it. If you're worried about all types of keyloggers, you might be interested in Zemana and SpyShelter who offer more protection than KeyScrambler.
     
  11. Timok

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    @Rasheed187

    thx, the only problem is, that Zemana (looks good) is very expensive and I have a money problem (must live with ~400 € for 1 month) but maybe I find a giveaway soon
     
  12. haakon

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    While I normally run KeyScrambler, especially when logging into Wilders, :D I exit it and run the free Trusteer Rapport when doing banking, and other critical financials and personals. Rapport has a scrambler.

    Review and screenies:
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/Rapport.shtml

    Waiting on Rapport can easily be defeated post: Three, two one...
     
  13. luciddream

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    Provided you have a HIPS, the right SRP, etc... in place accounting for the things this product can't do, it's great at what it was designed to do. I stopped using it due to some compatibility issues of some type awhile back, but don't recall the specifics. I'd even purchased one of the paid versions, I remember there being several.
     
  14. Impet

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    Is it still good or is it really outdated? What do you freaks think? :D
     
  15. Overkill

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    Still great!
     
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