LMT Anti Logger

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  1. mood

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    Main features
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    LMT Anti Logger
    Website + Download
    Download (Softpedia / Majorgeeks)
    Changelog
     
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  2. drhu22

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    Im surprised at the lack of response... sw withbad reputation? Anyways, I tried it on w10 64 bit latest build, and it was heavy on resources on my setup... almost as much as firefox with 2(edited) tabs open.

    I cant speak as to its effectiveness or other aspects though. Anyone else have knowledge of it?
     
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  3. LeMinhThanh

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    Hi, which version are you using? On my computer it only uses about 114 MB of RAM
    https://i.imgur.com/JQPAhBC.png
     
  4. drhu22

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    version 3.9.1 using 225mb ram
     
  5. LeMinhThanh

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    It was strange! Can you download version 3.9.2 and test it again?
     
  6. drhu22

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    v 3.9.2 240mb ram
    Also windows security config settings revert settings to on after turning off
    Running Kaspersky Security Cloud, OSArmour, Malwarebytes Antiexploit

    Think Ill have to pass on this one for a while
    Good luck LeMinhThanh

    Edit: Im on older hardware... Intel core 2 duo E6420
     
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  7. ichito

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    That is what is officialy not working on Win7
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    But for sure "anti screenloger" fetaure is working properly...we get the same effect like in new SS feature called "Screen Phantom" - black screen.
    At all...it seams to be an interesting project based on rather non-signature features.
     
  8. LeMinhThanh

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    Wow, nice to meet you here ichito :)
     
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    Hi, I have found the reason why the software uses a lot of memory, I will soon release a new version, hope you can test it again.
     
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    v3.9.3 230 - 270 Mb ram
    windows security settings still revert after being turned off
    nope nope nope... uninstalling
     
  12. LeMinhThanh

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    Anyway, thank you for testing this software
     
  13. drhu22

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    No problem
     
  14. Rasheed187

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    Interesting stuff. Perhaps the developer can give some more technical info about the app. Is the protection based on a filter driver or is it based on global hooking? And which registry keys does it protect?
     
  15. LeMinhThanh

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    Hi, my app using global hooking to protect from keylogger. Of course, it will not be as good as software that uses driver like Zemana or SpyShelter. But I think it can still block common keyloggers. You can download AKLT or AntiTest to test this feature.
    You can open the registry_rules.txt file in the software installation folder to update the registry keys to be protected.
     
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  16. Rasheed187

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    Cool, nice idea to let the user add registry keys to be protected. And yes, if you use global hooking it's a bit less robust than SpyShelter but on the other hand you should be able to make a portable version, so it's handy if you need to use it on other PC's.
     
  17. LeMinhThanh

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    Hi!
    LMT Anti Logger 3.9.4 released
    Changelog:
    • From version 3.9.x, I will use it as a beta version for LMT Anti Logger 4.0. So if there are any errors during the use of the software, you can email me.
    • Added: Anti Executable, this feature will only allow trusted files to be executed. Note: This feature may produce false positive results.
    • Fixed: A bug in Automatically send files to Virustotal option.
    Link download: https://leminhthanh1998.github.io/lmt-anti-logger/index-en.html
    Screenshot:
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    Video demo:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8AxWn_WOxM
     
  18. ichito

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    Anti-exe is a nice and useful feature...good job :thumb: But I have to ask who is creating white list and where is it stored? Is it the same as list of excluded?
    A propos "false positive"...I think you shouldn't use such term because it's rather situation when detected app/process hasn't own rule and no matter how known and trustworthy is it. FP is connected rather to AV and similar that are based on signatures what can cause sometime situation when legit app is recognised as malware.
     
  19. liba

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    I cant run.
    Code:
    https://streamable.com/m8jyfa
    And can you add please "Block" button for anti-executable?
     
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  20. LeMinhThanh

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    Hi, my app using WinVerifyTrust function to check file. Now I'm working to create a whitelist.
    Does your computer have .Net Framework 4.7 and Visual C ++ installed?
    When the software notifies you, it has blocked access to the file.
     
  21. liba

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    I installed Visual C ++ and worked. Thank you. But it cant block .scr, .pif .com and .bat file types.
     
  22. LeMinhThanh

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    Yes, the current version does not support those file formats yet.
     
  23. Rasheed187

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    BTW, why not make LMT driver based? And BTW, cool that you also protect DNS settings!
     
  24. lucd

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    this sounds all very nice and I want to try it, I am having trust issues though, because of an anti-keylogger connecting online somewhere (I guess I can use most of the functionality without the online part or in other words what would be not available in offline mode?), a more localized approach would be better for me, that said I highly endorse what you are doing
    in future you should definitely make it a kernel mode one
     
  25. LeMinhThanh

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    Currently, my app uses driver in the Folder Guard feature and the Anti Exe feature I am developing. In the future maybe I will update more for Anti Keylogger feature.
     
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