The practice of tracking (or logging) the keystrokes on a keyboard accounts for 78% of all online data loss. (Norton Global Threat Report 2009).
Total number of threats each year
What is a Keylogger?
Keyloggers are programs that silently copy your keystrokes and send your information to the hacker. These programs are
often hidden inside other software that has been unwittingly downloaded and then infects your computer.
Our tool is used because keystroke logging is the most undetectable form of spyware.
80% of all keyloggers are not detectable by Anti-Virus software, Anti- Spyware software or Firewalls (Australian Computer Response Team (ausCERT).
There are at least 12,000 such programs out there, and most computers have them.
You can get infected by a keylogger by clicking on “ANY” faked website link
(Google, eBay, Amazon, AOL, Yahoo, etc).
You can get infected by a keylogger by clicking on any website picture, photograph or video if they have been subjected to malicious code.
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Keystroke Interference is patent pending software which injects random keystrokes for every key typed.
In the image below
you will see the random characters going by in your system tray.
For added security we have included a free virtual keyboard which prevents all types of monitoring both software and hardware based monitoring.
This virtual keyboard can be used to enter your user ID's and passwords so that this information does not go though your keyboard.