SpyShelter 10.1 is a big step towards better privacy protection. SpyShelter Free Anti-Keylogger is now working with 64 bit platforms and it includes a limited Keystroke Encryption driver. SpyShelter Premium and SpyShelter Firewall also received a new advanced feature – user defined protected files list.
SpyShelter Free was released on June 2010 and it was dedicated for 32bit operating systems only. Since then it’s anti-keylogging capabilities were evolving together with SpyShelter Premium and SpyShelter Firewall. Today, we lift the 32bit embargo. From now on SpyShelter Free Anti-Keylogger (yes, the name has also changed) supports Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 32&64bit.
On top of that, it is equipped with a limited keystroke encryption driver. While SpyShelter Premium and SpyShelter Firewall encrypt keystrokes of all applications, SpyShelter Free Anti-Keylogger keystroke encryption driver is limited to major browsers only (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera Browser).
NOTE: Microsoft Edge is not officially supported by our keystroke encryption driver. It might work on some machines, but we do not guarantee it at the moment. This applies only to keystroke encryption module, keep in mind that your Edge is still protected by standard Anti Keylogger modules and System Protection (HIPS) – as you probably already know SpyShelter offers two layers of protection against monitoring malware.
You can read more about differences between SpyShelter Free Anti-Keylogger and paid versions here.
We have also added a new feature for advanced users – It is now possible to create a list of files that will require additional permission when a process tries to access the file – Read more here.
SpyShelter 10.1 Changelog:
– SpyShelter Free Anti-Keylogger now supports 64bit systems
– Free version offers now limited keystroke encryption feature
– Fixed a crash that occured in Network List
– Fixed a freeze problem in Windows 10
– Added early support for Windows 10 build 10525
– Other small improvements and fixes