new keylog and screencapture stopper

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  1. showtime33

    showtime33 Registered Member

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    This may not be all that new....but I was wondering if anyone gave this a shot...in testing?

    here is the site:
    http://www.maxsecuritylab.com/

    Thanks everyone...:)
     
  2. Thankful

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    Thanks. To pass the keylogging part of AKLT 3 you need to buy the ultimate version for $59. I pass the seven keylogging tests of AKLT 3 using KeyScrambler for free.
     
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    did anybody tried spycop?
     
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    ok..thanks thankful. Is that keyscrambler from qfxsoftware.com?
     
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    are those links for trial?or have to pay fist to use?thanks
     
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    As far as I know, there are no trials for the pro and premium versions.
     
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    ah i see,thanks
     
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    The free version protects against five types of keyloggers while the paid version protects against eleven "most popular" keylogger types. Neither version inspires a lot of confidence.
     
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    encryption of the keys and not the blocking of the keys is why I liked bluegem security so much. now I see keyscrambler does basically the same thing. maybe better...I am going to run some tests and see what I can findout...

    :D
     
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    how is this one compare to zemana antilogger?
     
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    I am not an expert in Zemana. However, there is a one year free trial to Zemana for those interested in testing their Beta or providing feedback to their software.
    http://www.zemana.com/list/list.aspx?ktgr_id=414
     
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    i am watchin this video about the gem antikeylogging system and it is very important to protect the keyboard;)
     
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    Looks interesting. Thanks for posting about it, I wasn't aware of this one. I Look forward to giving it a go through the grinder, so to speak. ;)
     
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    i am going to now:D
     
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    After doing some tests with this app, I would have to say it's not too bad considering it's only an antikeylogger and nothing more, no added hips functionality.

    So far it has done what I would say is a mediocre job. But keep in mind you would have to install this program on a completely clean system to get the best benefits from it, before there were any loggers on your system.

    There is no way I would rely on this program alone for the prevention of keyloggers. Better to go with a solid hips app imho and the usual recommendations to practice safe hex and all that stuff.
     
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    SnooPFree is a killa;) it is small but strong:thumb: i worte the developer and email and he sais he may in the feature maybe start the project again but he wasnt sure:)
    i beg this developer to come back:)and resurrect SnooPFree
     
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    Why? This isn't really that bad of an antikeylogger. I think it's better than SnoopFree. It has a decent screen capture defense, like SF, that works against "real keyloggers". Just because it doesn't pass some dumb antikeylogger testing app 100% doesn't mean it isn't worth using.

    I like this antikeylogger and think it has a lot of potential. It blows the Elite keylogger out of the water, stops it cold, dead in its tracks, even the free version of DataGuard.

    While I think this antikeylogger could use some improvements, and as I said I wouldn't use it alone to prevent keyloggers, it can't hurt as an additional layer in your security defense line up imho.
     
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