Zemana AntiLogger

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Overkill, Sep 7, 2016.

  1. Overkill

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    Can someone tell me what new features are in Zemana AntiLogger since they updated the GUI? I can't find much info in detail :doubt:
     
  2. XhenEd

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    ZAM 2 + ZAL 1 = ZAL 2

    I think there are no brand new features introduced.
     
  3. NWOAbschaum

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    the only new features is that the antimalware part is now part of the antilogger program. so u have realtime scanning for malwares.
     
  4. Overkill

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    I think it scrambles keystrokes similar to keyscrambler correct?
     
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    Yep
     
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    I see that ZAL is compatible with Keyscrambler, but wouldn't it be redundant to use both?
     
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    Yes better keep zemana since ks is application based
     
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    :thumb:
     
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    1 year subscription or?
     
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    Nice price
     
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    Has anyone run into compatibility issues with ZAL + Kaspersky products (2016, 2017, AV or IS)? I thought about asking in the larger Anti-malware thread since this one seems dead, but meh.

    I haven't been able to get Antilogger's ID protection to work in tandem with any modern Kaspersky product on Windows 10. No protected browser will accept keystrokes if Antilogger ID protection is enabled w/Kaspersky installed.

    Support was content to shrug and say "not everyone has this problem", offering no actual suggestions beyond turning off ID protection. Derp.
     
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    I did have a problem when I was using both.

    I contacted Zemana support, and they said that they would fix the bug, which I earlier reported, that enables the persistent "incompatibility" between ZAL and Kaspersky. Even if Kaspersky's keystroke encryption was disabled, I still couldn't type. Only when ZAL's ID Theft Protection was disabled that I could type.

    But Zemana's bug was/is: even if you disable ID Theft Protection, it will turn on after a few minutes/hours, albeit still displaying that it is off. Zemana support confirmed this bug. And so, when you have both software, there would still be problems due to this bug.
     
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    Thanks for confirming the first issue. Also, thanks for mentioning the second issue - I ran into that too, spent a while trying to figure out what was wrong, and decided ZAL wasn't worth the hassle and reactivated my antimalware key. Oh well.
     
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    Thanks that seems to explain the problems. That bug does sound like something that should be consider high-priority.

    It's not just Kaspersky and Zemana that have incompatibility. There's also an issue with HitmanPro.Alert keystroke encryption and Zemana ID theft protection which I already reported to Zemana support and @erikloman at the HitmanPro.Alert thread.

    Having both settings enabled makes it impossible to type anything. Disabling ID theft protection doesn't seem to solve the work(it works a few times but then others it doesn't, the bug you mentioned explains why). I have to disable the keystroke encryption in HitmanPro.Alert to be able to type in the browser.

    If Zemana manages to fix the bug, then all these issues would be resolved.
     
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    Zemana brags about the antilogger having SSL encryption, but no one hardly uses that anymore. As far as i know. It is TLS that is used. So why the fuss about something that pointless, it is not a good sales pitch for the program. Rather the contrary
     
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    Antilogger covers all HTTPS protocols. It prevents malicious processes from tampering with your browser and collecting passwords or whatever from the browser pre-encryption (think BiTB/MiTB attack).

    You type stuff (usernames, pws, bank acct #s, etc) in and it's encrypted when being sent over HTTPS. A bad actor could grab/transmit that stuff before it gets sent down the wire. No need to necessarily snag keystrokes when you can just own the browser instead.
     
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    Any way to set ZAL to auto-update?
     
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