Keyscrambler. Encrypt your keystrokes?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by wir.sing, Dec 21, 2006.

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  1. wir.sing

    wir.sing Registered Member

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    Found this tool here:

    http://www.qfxsoftware.com/

    Seems quite neat. It encrypts all your keystroke that you enter into your webbrowser and by this claims to defeat all keyloggers.

    Currently testing the free version and works pretty smooth. Anyone got any experience with this program? Or anyone know a way to test if it really does what its supposed to do

    Cheers
    wir Sing
     
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  3. TECHWG

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    LMAO i had that idea about a year ago lol but forgot it due to your being locked to your pc to access that site because of the need for a software like it
     
  4. TNT

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    Yeah well, it doesn't. In fact, it's defeated with such ease I wonder if there's any point to it at all.
     
  5. SafetyFirst

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    Well, I like the idea but this little add-on just doesn't work for me. It doesn't decrypt what I type so I can't log anywhere. All my user IDs and passwords are encrypted but not decrypted so I just can't log in. I read somewhere that I should disable SDHelper in Spybot SD's Resident to solve this but it didn't help.

    How come? Have you tested it? Please elaborate on this.
     
  6. TNT

    TNT Registered Member

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    Yes.
    Look at my other posts on this subject.
     
  7. Rasheed187

    Rasheed187 Registered Member

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    TNT, thanks for letting us know that this tool isn´t really that powerful. Then I guess a tool like Guarded ID will probably also be not that good. Perhaps you can also test the anti keylogging feature in "The World Browser", not that I have high expectations. ;)

    http://www.ioage.com/en/index.htm
     
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