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Yes and No , keystroke encrypters are useful only on your system, and only in the case you assume your system to be compromised already. Encryptors, unlike anti-loggers, doesn't detect/prevent loggers to capture datas, it just encrypt what you typing.
obsolete ? no , necessary ? only if your security suites are bypassed. It is a last line of defense.
KSc protect datas travelling from the keyword to the apps you typing-in. Once out of your machine, your datas can be intercepted if a sniffer is placed anywhere on the way to the website (your router, ISP relays, server, etc...)
depend your concerns:2. Do you recommend to me to add KeyScrambler Premium to the following combination to encrypt keystroke?
Emsisoft Internet Security + VoodooShield Pro + HitmanPro.Alert
- if you worry only for docs or browsers , HMPA will suffice
- if you worry system-wide KSc Prem will be better.