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jim lin

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Zemana AntiLogger Free Beta
http://www.zemana.com/product/antilogger-free/overview/


i seen them talking about Zemana AntiLogger Free over at Wilders security forums and thought i
would share

it looks like it don't have alot of feachers so it's just basic protection mabe someone could
test it and say if it's worth using
http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=333879

(this is Beta Software you might not want to use on your main
computer till the finale comes out)

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RE: Zemana AntiLogger Free

Is Zemana Anti-Logger Free is Windows 32-bit only?
Edit: Works on Windows 64-bit too.

SpyShelter Personal Free has a free version, but only for Windows 32-bit.

How do these Free versions compare?
 

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RE: Zemana AntiLogger Free

I'm trying out this Zemana AntiLogger Free (BETA), using SpyShelters Test Tool.

Keystrokes are encrypted when testing: Chrome, 32/64-bit IE9, Notepad.

Memory usage is low, less than 20MB. (Edit: Currently 10MB).

Update website looks nice too, Metro-ish.

 
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ZeroDay

RE: Zemana AntiLogger Free

Over at Wilders their saying this product is weak.
 

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RE: Zemana AntiLogger Free

I've been keeping an eye on the Wilders thread too, but still installed it. Maybe they'll improve on that soon, since it's still Beta software.
 

jim lin

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thanks Earth

for checking it out i did not see it was Beta when i found it at Wilders

i usually don't use Beta software on this box but i will keep a eye on it
as i'v used the pro version a few times before


Regards

James
 

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No bother.

It provides simple AntiLogger protection; Keyboard protection.

This was a great move from Zemana, especially for Windows 64-bit and Chromium-based browser users. Something that SpyShelter Personal and KeyScrambler Personal does not offer to protect, without paying.

I've combined Zemana AntiLogger Free (beta) + ToolWiz Time Freeze (see sig). No problems encountered so far, and does not feel bloated like their previous full-paid version.
 

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Zemana AntiLogger Free 1.0.1.945 Beta (restart required)

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 3:09 PM
  • Added support for NUMPAD keys
  • Improved compatibility with Games
  • Improved support for Password Managers
  • Fixed incompatibility with Parallels Virtual Appliances
  • Fixed a critical security issue related to some kernel level keyloggers on Windows XP
  • Added notifications for incompatible applications
  • Improved handling of Unicode characters
  • Improved support for Windows 8 RTM

Zemana AL Free >> Changelog

Simple update window, liking the style. :D

 

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This is new, trusty Beta badge for a reason.

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Zemana AntiLogger Free 1.1.1.90 Beta

There's been a updates over the past few days too >> Changelog
 

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Littlebits

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Earth said:
No bother.

It provides simple AntiLogger protection; Keyboard protection.

This was a great move from Zemana, especially for Windows 64-bit and Chromium-based browser users. Something that SpyShelter Personal and KeyScrambler Personal does not offer to protect, without paying.

I've combined Zemana AntiLogger Free (beta) + ToolWiz Time Freeze (see sig). No problems encountered so far, and does not feel bloated like their previous full-paid version.
The main problem with the free version is its limitations, it only supports Keyboard protection. You can simply use a Virtual Keyboard or the "On-Screen Keyboard" included with Windows to avoid keyboard loggers. Why install a product like this?

If you can't find your On-Screen Keyboard.
Windows 7
Start Menu> Accessories> Ease of Access> On-Screen Keyboard

Enjoy!:D
 

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On-Screen/Virtual Keyboards are a pain to use with a Touchpad/Mouse, since it's much slower than using a physical keyboard.

So I could ask a similar thing:

Why use a Virtual Keyboard, when you can use a product that protects ALL keyboard strokes, plus saving time and frustrations?
 

Littlebits

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Earth said:
On-Screen/Virtual Keyboards are a pain to use with a Touchpad/Mouse, since it's much slower than using a physical keyboard.

So I could ask a similar thing:

Why use a Virtual Keyboard, when you can use a product that protects ALL keyboard strokes, plus saving time and frustrations?
Of coarse if you don't have an active malware infection that records keyboard strokes, then why be concern?

If you do have an active malware infection that does record keyboard strokes, your prime directive should be to get rid of the infection before using your keyboard.

What if you don't know if you have an infection? How could you not know something isn't right? You would have to manually download and run an infected file since they don't automatically install by themselves or use vulnerabilities anymore. I have never ever got a keylogger malware since I have been using the web since 1995. Users who do get keyloggers is the ones that don't pay attention to what files they download. Keyloogers don't target home users like business systems. Home users usually get them from manually downloading illegal files like cracks and keygens or manually downloading files from fake alert websites.

Keyloggers are very easy to avoid if you only download files from trusted sources.

Thanks.:D
 

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Good point there, and I do agree. The software I have on my PC is safe and I trust the software I use.

I believe the main reason for using Zemana AntiLogger Free (BETA) was to try it out, and when I tested it against SpyShelter's Test Tool it passed.

Plus it has the benefit of being free (even after BETA), but that shouldn't be the primary reason to use the software. I'm not saying you shouldn't use it, but it's similar to giving you piece of mind, like an Antivirus software telling you, your PC has no infections. However, the AntiLogger could protect you from something your AV couldn't detect.

Or even, if you don't want your tracks to be traced by your parents.
 

Littlebits

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Or even, if you don't want your tracks to be traced by your parents.
I wonder, does Zemana AntiLogger, SpyShelter and other detect keyboard strokes my legitimate parental logging software? I know they are designed to detect keyboard strokes from malware but do they also detect the good keyloggers? If they do we better come up with a better options to monitor our teenagers. Because they are very technically skilled now days. ;)

Thanks.:D
 

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You can send them Feedback here:

http://www.zemana.com/support/ProductFeedBack.aspx
 
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