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How to Get know if you’re Infected with Keyloggers?

Today we’re writing about Keyloggers and How we can protect yourself from it? If you wanna read about Keyloggers Read more here: Click here I’m not here to give you an introduction of keyloggers I’m here to teach you how you can protect from it? And find a person who infected your computer?

How to Protect?

There are many ways to protect against keyloggers, however, and ensure that you don’t become a victim of identify theft or have to deal with any lesser hassle, like a hijacked World of Warcraft account. While no defense is perfect, these steps improve your chances.

Most antivirus companies have already added known keyloggers to their databases, making protecting against keyloggers no different from protecting against other types of malicious program: install an antivirus product and keep its database up to date. However, since most antivirus products classify keyloggers as potentially malicious, or potentially undesirable programs, users should ensure that their antivirus product will, with default settings, detect this type of malware. If not, then the product should be configured accordingly, to ensure protection against the most common keyloggers.

Since the chief purpose of keyloggers is to get confidential data (bank card numbers, passwords, etc.), the most logical ways to protect against unknown keyloggers are as follows:

  1. using one-time passwords or two-step authentication,
  2. using a system with proactive protection designed to detect keylogging software,
  3. using a virtual keyboard.

My Suggestion?

1. Use a Good Antivirus

2. Use a Good Antispyware

3. Antilogger can be Handy

4. Keyscrambler

5. Online Scanning

How many Best Keyloggers are in the Market?

1. Ardamax Keylogger

Ardamax Keylogger can run in the hidden mode so that it is impossible to detect it. If you enable this mode, the program can become invisible in the Start Menu, in the installed software list, and in the list of running processes. How to Remove Ardamax Keylogger?<

Ardamax Keylogger is the most useful keylogger in the market now!

2. G³ iSam

iSam is the free keylogger that’s packed with features such as the ability to capture keystrokes and take screenshots, set a hotkey (default T+G+Enter) to run the program, password protection (default 1234), automatic emailing log files, keywords marking, displaying banner to alert the user, scheduler, blocking URLs and exclusion filtering system.

3. Spyrix Free Keylogger

Spyrix Free Keylogger is the free version of the paid Spyrix Personal Monitor. It is able to capture keystrokes, clipboard, and take screenshots but advanced features such as social network & IM capture visited webpages, log delivery, and alerts are not available. When Spyrix is hidden, it can be launched with either a hotkey (Ctrl+Alt+A) or run command (run key) and can be protected with a password.

4. BlackBox Express

BlackBox Express is a free security monitoring software that can be used as a keylogger. The way BlackBox works is slightly different compared to the rest on this list because it can monitor 1 local PC and up to 200 remote computers on the network. It can log keystrokes, web searches, ran programs, visited websites, email client programs, webmails, instant messaging chat programs, and capture screenshots. Other than that, you can exclude the user that you don’t want to monitor on the computer. Alert notification and the ability to generate reports that can be printed, saved as an HTML, or emailed.

5. KidLogger

KidLogger is an absolutely free and open-source user activity monitoring tool. Other than just logging keystrokes and clipboard, it can also record USB drives/files/folders usage, sound from microphone, and taking screenshots including Skype videos. You’re able to set keywords as an alert during capture. The log files can either viewed locally or from your KidLogger’s online account. KidLogger can be installed on Windows, Mac OS X, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, and iOS.

6. Revealer Keylogger Free

Revealer Keylogger Free is the second most downloaded monitoring tool in CNET After testing, we found that it is very responsive and light on system usage. It can record keystroke, has multiple language support, startup settings, ability to run with elevated privileges, hotkey support (default Ctrl+Alt+F9), and automatic log cleanup. Screenshot capture, automated delivery options, and additional stealth features are disabled.

7. Real Free Keylogger

After installing Real Free Keylogger to log the keystrokes, running it the first time will prompt you to set a password to protect the program so that only you can access the settings and view the logs. You can set a hotkey (default Ctrl+Alt+X) to launch the program when it is running in stealth mode. It comes with a scheduler to automatically start logging and the log files can be exported as an HTML file.

8. DanuSoft Free Keylogger

DanuSoft is simple and easy to use a free tool to capture keystrokes. The only way to hide and unhide the program is by typing a chosen keyword, for example, the default hide keylogger keyword is “HIDEKEY” while to show is “showkey”. You can configure DanuSoft to automatically run as stealth during system startup from the Startup settings tab.

9. REFOG Free Keylogger

REFOG is a very popular company that offers a range of keyloggers catering for home, business, and corporate use but unfortunately, the free version is very basic as most of the important features have been disabled. The free version of the REFOG keylogger can only monitor keystrokes, visited websites, clipboard, ran programs, and computer activities.

10. Actual Keylogger

Actual Keylogger used to be totally free but the current version has turned into shareware with the program renamed to Actual Spy. Although the last freeware version 2.4 was released back in 2006, it worked perfectly when we tested it on our Windows 7 32-bit operating system. It can only capture keystrokes and allows you to access the program in two methods which are hotkey (Ctrl+Shift+Alt+F7) and run command.

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