DDE_Server

Level 21
Verified

DDE_Server

Level 21
Verified
Kaspersky Anti-Virus free has a function to protect input from the hardware keyboard, that is, the input text is encrypted immediately when typing on the keyboard. But I turned off it, since the SpyShelter Firewall already encrypts text when typing.
i am really think to use your combo is it light ?? have you faced any conflict problems ??
 

Spawn

Administrator
Verified
Staff member
None. Avoid Malware. Use your web knowledge to avoid scams/dodgy downloads.
  • Always use a supported OS that is always up-to-date.
  • Keep your Antivirus updated flag down known malware.
  • Use an up-to-date modern browser with a few trusted privacy extensions.
  • Keep Google SafeBrowsing or Microsoft SmartScreen enabled to help avoid Phishing sites.

Your security is probably already compromised if a Keylogger is found on your PC. Think about it.
 

DDE_Server

Level 21
Verified
None. Avoid Malware. Use your web knowledge to avoid scams/dodgy downloads.
  • Always use a supported OS that is always up-to-date.
  • Keep your Antivirus updated flag down known malware.
  • Use an up-to-date modern browser with a few trusted privacy extensions.
  • Keep Google SafeBrowsing or Microsoft SmartScreen enabled to help avoid Phishing sites.

Your security is probably already compromised if a Keylogger is found on your PC. Think about it.
this is done already
however i am thinking about methods such as this type of malware could infect the PC
 

Outpost

Level 5
Verified
If your intention is to block the key-logger from reading your keyboard, it means that your deeper security layers have already been bypassed. This key-logger damage should be your least concern. Different speech instead if we talk about hardware key-logger.
 

bribon77

Level 33
Verified
Say "NO" to any pirated or suspicious free software
Follow a key change schedule (eg every three weeks)
For low-profile daily tasks, use a "limited privileges" profile in your operating system.
Use a modern and up-to-date browser (eg Firefox…), to help you avoid MiTB-type attacks (from English “Man in The Browser.” Literally, “Man in the browser”).
Backup your data, to avoid data loss in case your account is compromised
Use 2-factor authentication, which will protect your accounts even if someone finds out your password.
 

ichito

Level 9
Verified
Content Creator
Hi gents,
i was wondering what are you use for providing some type of key-logger protection
as you know key-logger is some types of malicious software which record your keystrokes and capture it to steal
are you depend only on your security vendor (if it is piece of software has key logging protection) especially when you log in your banking account :unsure::unsure: ?? or you have some tweaks done with your OS built in system to harden the OS against these kinds of this malware ?. i am delighted to hear your opinion :):)
Haha...is not obvoius that my answer is - SpyShelter? 😎 Why?...
- because I can
- because SS offers not only anti-logger protection
- so actualy there is nothing better in this kind of apps...maybe nothing better among non-signature multifeatured scurity apps?
 
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