I just tested the new keylogger from SpyShelter. Prevx detected it as malicious of course! However, this post is about 'being' infected and how much Prevx protects me against the new generation of malware. I allowed it (once) an ran it hoping Prevx would also protect me even if "infected". I go to my bank (HTTPS setting at max), enter a random ID, and boom! All was registered in the keylogger. They could easily steal my information if the keylogger actually was malware. Furthermore, even though the settings are at max. The SpyShelter application could take screenshots from my bank page (https) when settings at max. It could also access my clipboard data in the https-protected environment. My system has been totally compromised. Prevx SO has been become a sitting duck with this on my computer. I am very curious how they bypassed all of Prevx' areas of protection. Was it that I allowed it to run once (?) or actually a legit new way to gather my data? Just letting you guys know there is a really nasty piece of new generation key logger out. Hope Prevx will answer to these new threat-techniques soon as we can except them to occur in the wild sooner or later! I'll provide screenshot for proof. The SpyShelter Security TestTool can be downloaded at their site.