Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

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Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby ChemSteve » Wed May 18, 2011 9:33 am

Any suggestions for good, trusted, anti-keylogging software? Not being a security expert or a programmer, I'm a little worried that potential keylogging software could easily masquerade as anti-keylogging software and ignorant users such as myself would be none the wiser. I run LastPass and have a Yubikey (mainly for work), but I have our home laptop as a trusted computer just for convenience. I'd like to have an anti-keylogger on this laptop. On the laptop I run Symantec Endpoint Protection and on top of that I update & run Malwarebytes monthly. I have a strong password for our wireless router at home. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby kilgry » Wed May 18, 2011 2:11 pm

Sounds like you are doing quite well already. If some keylogger did get your master password it would need to log in with your home Trust PC or with your Yubikey. Not sure how likely either of those are.

However, if you are truly paranoid, then just start using Yubikey with your home pc as well (untrust it).
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby elmalvao » Sat Jul 02, 2011 3:42 am

I use KeyScrambler and seems to do a very good job.
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby Stoper » Sun Jul 24, 2011 1:05 am

Grid is anti key logger.
It's not static password.
Key logger can't handle that.

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I made this pic with image editor, just to explain question "How if Lastpass replace Master Password with GRID Auth"


About anti key logger software is like asking what is the best antivirus or firewall or anti-rootkit?
Outpost Firewall has very tight anti-leak protection into the root, but rarely people know about it.
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby Ada » Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:29 am

I am using AVG, :)
Nice to see you guys,
I am new to this forum
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby Ada » Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:49 pm

Greetings to all,
My second tie here. I have no idea where to post my question.
I know it is possible for macs to get keyloggers, but I'm wondering if its possible for someone (an acquaintance, not a website) to download a FREE keylogger on a mac by accessing the computer.

I think my sister may have put a keylogger on my computer, but before I start stressing out I want to get the facts.

I caught her viewing this keylogger Mac page, but I guess she wouldn't have purchased one, so it would have to be possible to download for free, and I am unclear or not as to wether she has the administrators password. Could she have put a keylogger on my computer? My anti-keylogger doesn't detect anything.
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby SeanLiu » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:22 pm

I have always use a anti-keylogger software named KeyDefender!
It is excellent!

The flowing is a brief:
KeyDefender is a next generation of anti keylogger software that encrypts user keystrokes at the keyboard driver level, and transmits encryption information to the destination app in the independent safety input channel, deep in the operating system. At the same time, it is also kept to release virtual keystrokes to interference. So no keyloggers can steal your passwords or other crucial information.

There is a anti-keylogger test video of KeyDefender at http://www.acoreder.com/index.html

I hope to help you!
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby SeanLiu » Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:22 pm

ChemSteve Wrote:Any suggestions for good, trusted, anti-keylogging software? Not being a security expert or a programmer, I'm a little worried that potential keylogging software could easily masquerade as anti-keylogging software and ignorant users such as myself would be none the wiser. I run LastPass and have a Yubikey (mainly for work), but I have our home laptop as a trusted computer just for convenience. I'd like to have an anti-keylogger on this laptop. On the laptop I run Symantec Endpoint Protection and on top of that I update & run Malwarebytes monthly. I have a strong password for our wireless router at home. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


You may use the anti-keylogger software named KeyDefender!
I have always use it,and it work very well!

The following is a brief of KeyDefender:
KeyDefender is a next generation of anti keylogger software that encrypts user keystrokes at the keyboard driver level, and transmits encryption information to the destination app in the private tunnel, deep in the operating system. At the same time, it is also kept to release virtual keystrokes to interference. So no keyloggers can steal your passwords or other crucial information.

The following is some test video of facebook, email, twitter protected by KeyDefender:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoLsWzit ... ture=g-upl
http://www.metacafe.com/w/9386813
http://www.metacafe.com/w/9386917
http://www.metacafe.com/w/9387312
http://www.metacafe.com/w/9377485
http://www.acoreder.com/index.html

You have a look, I hope to help you!
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Re: Recommendations for good anti-keylogging software?

Postby hestermoran664 » Sun Apr 20, 2014 11:49 pm

If there is a keylogger like this: http://www.anykeylogger.com/keylogger-for-mac.html which is installed as a normal program on your PC not a trojan or virus, you'd better to uninstall it as a normal program; if there is a keylogger which is trojan or virus (installed secretly by itself) , you'd better use a anti-keylogger or antivirus to uninstall it compulsively.
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