jonat Wrote:The main risk of keyloggers is on systems you don't control. If you run good anti-malware software and are not careless about clicking on links or visiting risky sites, I wouldn't consider specific anti-keylogging tools. Most good AV tools can detect keyloggers.
Thanks but it doesn't seem that they can detect them because the website that is selling the anit-keylogger is also providing a little keylogging tool that shows you it's capturing keystrokes without any complaint from AV. I realise that I'm the one who installed the software so maybe my AV allows the behaviour since I installed the software but that isn't the point. It shouldn't have allowed me to install the software since it's a keylogger and should as well tell me that my keystrokes are being recorded elsewhere in real-time. I would consider that real protection.
I also don't think I can rely on not being careless about clicking on links as I thought I was completely safe on the LastPass forum but I got a malware warning from Google Chrome anyway just clicking to see a topic.
BTW, the only thing that the keylogging test didn't capture is LastPass's very own on screen keyboard. (Kudos to LastPass)
I used to use RoboForm but would never use their syncing options because I didn't really trust them(anyone) and found LastPass after listening to Steve Gibson so my question is, is there anyone like Steve who can convince me or the general public if they really do anti-logging or if that's even really possible.