Tempnexus, as already mention (above) Zemana Zemana Downloads – Security Software Free Trails protects against keyloggers, and HitmanPro Alert HitmanPro.Alert - SurfRight provides keyboard encryption as well as other protections. It is my preferred combination in concerns for key logging protection. Also, a password manager such as LastPass Download LastPass | LastPass is a practical choice so as not to have to key in passwords from the beginning.would highly like Anti Keylogger or keylog encrypton
I voted "other" and agree with the above postI would choose:
Sandboxie - For a more secure browsing. Also for testing new apps.
VoodooShield - A lightweight and easy to use Anti-Executable/Application Whitelisting software.
NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro (Freeware) - A simple Anti-Executable with advanced HIPS.
AppGuard - Probably the best paid Anti-Executable (For advanced users/Requires more user interaction).
Zemana AntiLogger - Protection against ransomware (Pandora) and keyloggers.
EDIT: I forgot to add Shadow Defender (Paid/light-virtualization tool)
Well, yeah WinAntiRansom is already in my utility belt and installed however recently it has became very chatty even with regular software installs which I highly dislike since it turns me into a person that ignores the warning and is forced to click OK. This is not how that software should work.hmm, for ransomware, I would suggest winantiransom, the best, but you mention the antikeylogger function, I can suggest free tools like spyshelter or something else
HItman pro alert can protect you against all. good to go
zemana antilogger? better detection rate against ransomwares + antikeylogger. it doesnt protect against exploits
windows firewall is enough
Expired. I bought a paid license but I don't use it's realtime protection just on demand.Zemana Antimalware Premium, giveaway section has a premium version with 400 days license.
How to customize ESET to allow that?ummmmm... what about nothing else ? ESET is self sufficient, you just need to know how to customize it to your needs.
check the settings; you have lot of options, and learn how to properly tighten the HIPSHow to customize ESET to allow that?.
Sandboxie does, as i said above, learn your software and how to use its options.Additionally, Shadow Defender or Sandboxie does not protect me from a drive by or being infected with something that steals my information during the current computer session. It only protects me from a persistent threat by the virtue of wiping the slate on reboot.
This is one of the reason why I remove AV detection on my system. Instead I solely rely on anti-exe to help me. It prompt alerts to me whenever it tries to modify a file on my system.How to customize ESET to allow that?
As a side note I am using Shadow Defender and Sandboxie now.
The protection I am looking for is when I thaw the system in order to update or install something I want to keep or some keyboard drivers I want to test then I want to make certain that I am safe to use that. Additionally, Shadow Defender or Sandboxie does not protect me from a drive by or being infected with something that steals my information during the current computer session. It only protects me from a persistent threat by the virtue of wiping the slate on reboot. Hence a good real time proactive protection is necessary in my own humble opinion.
Yes I have tweaked my sandboxie with specific blocks and driver blocks, area blocks, what loads and what does, what programs load per container etc. However, I need to read more about ESET.There're alot of information on how set/configure your ESET and sandboxie. You just need to dig. Keyword here is dig. Dig it here on MT or Google it for config. IF unsure about the config you found, post it here to confirm.
I edit my ESET all the time I just don't enable AH in real time since it really kills the performance. However, HIPS in ESET is something I have never really played around with since for the longest time I've been using Emisisoft Internet Security and MAMUTU+Online Armor before that.check the settings; you have lot of options, and learn how to properly tighten the HIPS
Sandboxie does, as i said above, learn your software and how to use its options.
Installing software inside a sandbox like Sandboxie will inevitably lead to failures unless you create all the required access exceptions. Even with all the exceptions it still might not work.However, Sandboxie doesn't work for many software installs that I try...not the tightened software installs hence the need for extra protection. For example many programs that install authentification and verification software that finger prints your system will fail under sandboxie install.