Friday, August 14, 2009


In case you do not know, any data that you type at web browser (including your bank account info, credit card number, passwords, etc.) may be monitored by cyber criminals called keyloggers. These keyloggers observe and record your moves with your keystrokes. We used to have antivirus and antispyware programs that were said to deal with such sort of cyber crimes but to be true, they are not very effective in dealing with such attacks. The only tool that can save you in such attacks is an anti-keylogging program.

There are many anti-keylogging programs available but I would recommend KeyScrambler for two reasons. Firstly, it is very effective. And secondly, it is absolutely free. KeyScrambler is web browser add-on that protects anything you have typed on web browser by encrypting your keystrokes at the keyboard driver level in Kernel. KeyScrambler then decrypts the keystrokes at the web-browser interface to let you see the content that you typed.
KeyScrambler doesn’t require frequent updates as in the case of antivirus programs. You can use a version of KeyScrambler for a long time to defeat old and new, known and unknown keyloggers. The software has yet another notable feature. It lets you see live encryption of your keystrokes as you type. This lets you have a better picture of what has been encrypted by KeyScrambler.

The latest version of the software is KeyScrambler and is compatible with IE (version 6 or 7), Firefox (version 1.5 and above) and Flock (version 1.0 and above) web- browsers. The pre-requisite to install KeyScrambler is that your computer must have Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) and Internet connection.

Interested users can download KeyScrambler by clicking

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