QFX Free KeyScrambler Personal protects Internet Explorer and FireFox from Keyloggers stealing your usernames and Passwords, online banking logins, credit cards, messages in Yahoo mail, hotmail, and gmail, and private info in Java, Flash, Browser Dialogs and browser master passwords. It also protects Flock which is a browser based on Firefox.
Keyloggers are programs which record your keystrokes on your keyboard and send your key strokes to a cyber criminals computer by using the internet.
KeyScrambler encrypt your keystrokes at the keyboard at the keyboard driver level very deep inside Windows. The Keylogger can only capture encrypted keystrokes which are useless data since it can’t be used to login to your online accounts. When your username and password reaches the log-in textboxes, it will be decrypted so the website can log you in.
The best part of KeyScrambler is all you have to do is install it and Use it. While using it, KeyScrambler protects you from all Keyloggers.
KeyScrambler by QFX is a great tool for protecting your privacy and your usernames and passwords from keyloggers when using Internet Explorer, FireFox, or Flock.
Keyscrambler uses very little system resources. I can’t tell it is running . When you type in a website, the system tray icon for Key Scrambler will turn from Gold to green, and there will be a small toolbar which pops up which shows you that your keystrokes are being protected as you type.
The Free version only protects you from Keyloggers in Internet Explorer, FireFox, and Flock, but the paid versions works for more internet browser and programs like games which require log-in, and office suites. If you use instant messengers like MSN, YIM, AIM, ICQ, or a browser like Google Chrome, you might want to think about buying the pro, or premium version since your computer won’t be fully protected if you use the free version since it only works for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Flock.
Learn more about KeyScrambler or download it at qfxsoftware.com