Prevx Safe Online and Keyscrambler

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by Mongol, Nov 13, 2009.

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  1. Mongol

    Mongol Registered Member

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    My understanding is that Safe Online provides a similar function as Keyscrambler. Would Keyscrambler be unnecessary overkill?
     
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    Not necessarily as KeyScrambler protects non-browser applications as well. Prevx is compatible with KeyScrambler and only part of the functionality of SafeOnline is duplicated and you shouldn't have any problem using both :)
     
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    I also have Online Armor Premium which has keylogger detection so with Safe Online and OA do you think Keyscrambler would still be good to keep on board..o_O :)
     
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    Prevx also has keylogger detection built into the antimalware components but SafeOnline bridges the gap between detection/prevention by generically blocking keyloggers, like KeyScrambler does.

    The benefit of KeyScrambler over SafeOnline is that KeyScrambler can be used to protect other applications as well while SafeOnline focuses on browsers (although the antimalware components will still block/remove known keyloggers :))
     
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    So in a nutshell I guess it's safe to say that Keyscrambler definitely serves its purpose along with everything else. Guess it will be a keeper...:thumb: :cool:
     
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