10 responses

  1. Sienna
    July 13, 2011

    I wanna know that all keyloggers are unsafe and bad?

    • Justin Bellinger
      July 20, 2011

      A very good question.

      I’ll give a guarded answer: yes to unsafe, no to always bad.

      Of course, in your products case, you are trying to provide a system that is used for parental control. However, it is perfectly possible for a process or system to piggyback on that to make it a threat (hence my answer of yes to unsafe.)

      The article you are commenting to, however, is specifically warning of keyloggers that can be installed on your system that you don’t want or know about, as opposed to software that a user has elected, with full knowledge and control of the software, to install.

      Thanks for your question.

  2. EvilPrince
    August 11, 2011

    I would say that you have almost added everything but try to add the info about using some anti-loggers like Zemana and also some encryption softwares like keyscrambler. That would make you even more secure :)

  3. Terry
    September 15, 2011

    Good tips on how you can protect yourself from keyloggers. Keyloggers are software or hardware tools that capture the user’s keystrokes from keyboard. I personally use On-Screen Keyboard also Virtual Keyboard to enter password to logging my bank accounts.

  4. Joseph
    September 30, 2011

    What’s bad is when a game has a keylogger in the EULA. This is one of the hazards of moving your business to other countries, BTW. In Korea, this and rootkits was the normal practice due to so many problems with cheaters. The problem? They started marketing it in countries that consider that illegal wiretapping (usually regardless of a license agreement). Ooooooops! :/

    Also: I ‘m not saying that the ‘extra features’ are a good idea in the first place, but the fact remains that they put them in there for those reasons.

  5. April
    November 15, 2011

    I have used keyloggers to monitor what my children were doing online. Great write up though!

  6. Ganesh Narayan Gupta
    May 20, 2013

    Very nice article bro…but you may include keyscrambler and zemena like software too for protection from these keyloggers :) hv a look at here : http://techblogcloud.com/2013/05/18/how-to-secure-yourself-from-keyloggers/

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