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Keyloggers, often installed by malware, will log every key you type into applications in Windows. This can include sensitive information, such as passwords and other login information. When you try do something online, for example access your checking account on your bank's website, your keystrokes will travel along a path in the operating system to reach the destination application.
As you're typing on the keyboard, KeyScrambler is simultaneously encrypting your keystrokes at the keyboard driver level. Because KeyScrambler is located in the kernel, deep in the operating system, it is difficult for keyloggers to bypass the encryption.
As the encrypted keystrokes travel along the crucial path, it doesn't matter if they get logged, or whether the keyloggers are known or brand new, because your keystrokes are completely indecipherable the whole time.
When the encrypted keystrokes finally arrive at the destination app, the decryption component of KeyScrambler goes to work, and you see exactly the keys you've typed.
This is the free version of KeyScrambler with just basic protection for a number of apps.
1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.
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