I am currently choosing between SpyShelter and Zemana AntiLogger and I am mainly interested in security. What is better at blocking keyloggers? I have Windows 10 Pro 64bit, avast! FreeAntivirus and Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Premium.
They are both very good, head and shoulders above the others, but in tests and comparisons I've seen SpyShelter came out a little bit ahead. In terms of the free versions, however, Zemana is definitely better than SpyShelter.
Despite limitations of products in windows 10 I encourage further discussion on such products for windows 7 and 8.1 32 and 64 bit so guests and community can benefit from valuable information therefore please discuss further taking my above points into consideration.
SpyShelter has HIPS which will block the execution of a keylogger installer; the HIPS will keep your system keylogger-free.
Zemana doesn't support 64-bit systems.
Anti-keylogging protection itself only works (prevents) in the presence of an actual keylog infection on the physical system... wish people would understand this fact. At that point it already too-little-too-late...
Neither SpyShelter nor Zemana protect against all forms of keylogging - such as web-page based keylogging - which is only a single example of what they cannot block. They probably will not be able to protect against malicious keylogging browser add-ons\extensions as a second example.
Anti-keylogging protections are notoriously un-reliable.
SpyShelter is valuable protection for its HIPS - and not its anti-logger capabilities...
I don't even think it's close. SpyShelter by far. I have ran several different logging tests at Zemana, and it failed with flying colors, where as SpyShelterFW has passed them all along with several leak tests. I know Comodo CLT now a days is somewhat obsolete, but I consistently scored 340/340. It's hard to trust a security software that fails publicly accessible testing tools like Zemana does. How do you think it will perform against more sophisticated spyware.