Keylogger Beater Alternatives

    Keylogger Beater is described as 'add-on for Firefox designed to provide a more secure way of entering details for online-banking and -shopping than the keyboard, which might be targeted by spyware' and is an app in the Security & Privacy category. There are eight alternatives to Keylogger Beater for Windows. The best alternative is KeyScrambler, which is free. Other great apps like Keylogger Beater are Ghostpress (Free), Oxynger KeyShield (Free), Zemana AntiLogger (Paid) and ScreenWings (Free).

    This page was last updated May 18, 2018

    1. KeyScrambler encrypts your keystrokes at the keyboard-driver level in the kernel as they enter the computer and decrypts the keystrokes at the destination application so that you see exactly the keys you've typed.
    2. Ghostpress is a free anti-keylogging software that stops malicious software from capturing keyboard-presses.

    3. Oxynger KeyShield is a secure, anti-screenshot and free virtual keyboard designed to protect passwords and other sensitive information from malicious programs and hacking.
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    4. Zemana AntiLogger has a new, powerful way to protect your PC from malware attacks. We don't rely on virus signature updates and file scanning like the traditional anti-virus programs do.
      • FreeProprietary
      • Windows
      ScreenWings helps stop dangerous loggers from spying. FEATURES * protect up to six screens * very stable and portable application * minimalistic user interface allows easy use

    5. Neo's SafeKeys is an anti-keylogging virtual keyboard designed to counter keylogging, mouse-logging, clipboard-logging and screen-logging.
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    6. An ideal utility to be used to enter sensitive passwords. To avoid key loggers you can enter the password using only the mouse. This method protects you even against hardware keyloggers, or other keyloggers not supported by MyPlanetSoft Anti Keylogger.
      • Windows
      GuardedID takes a proactive approach to stopping malicious keylogging programs by encrypting every keystroke at the point of typing the keys, and rerouting those encrypted keystrokes directly to your Internet Explorer browser through its own unique path.
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