not require interaction, light and little interference in the system;
software only protect keystrokes in browsers in version freeware
Performance and System Impact
Performance and System Impact Feedback
low impact on the system, once installed you will not even notice the presence of the program.
Not proctect against phishing, ransomware, PUPs (adwares)... EXCEPT IF YOUR KEYBOARD KEYS ARE CAPTURED;
In version freeware is limited (PROTECT ONLY WEB BROWSERS);
It's a free software
Low impact on system resources
Easy to use
Simple and non-intrusive
Works alongside other antivirus software
Limited web protection
Software installed on computer
More than 3 months
Windows 10, 8 and 7;
CPU dual core or more;
memory RAM 2 or more gigas
All types of users
Device is shared by family members
Banking or other financial activity
Low specs device
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I first used KeyScrambler over 10 years ago and liked it despite it crashing fairly regularly, further development brought a much more stable product. I think your report is a very fair summary of the product.
I stopped using it a couple of years ago, it clashed with other security software (sorry, can't remember what). I installed it onto the PC I'm using now about 2 months ago, I was impressed with how stable it seemed. This thread reminded me to check the taskbar for its icon, its not there (a new incognito mode?!). Its not showing in Process Lasso or Task Manager other than in the 'Start Up' list. Trying to run it as Administrator brings up a window stating that it is already running and then asks if I want to close the current instance, I click yes and go round in the same circle. I haven't got time to check it out more fully at the moment, if I find anything more later I'll feedback. I still like KeyScrambler though.