KeyScrambler is a well-established anti-keylogging program that encrypts users’ keystrokes in real time to protect their private info against theft by keyloggers. KeyScrambler (file size ~1.4 MB) takes very little resources to run and requires no user effort. And yet it protects 29 browsers and up to 170+ applications against keylogging. KeyScrambler (the Premium edition) also encrypts the user’s login credentials in Windows workstation, Active Directory Domain, Windows Vista’s User Account Control prompts (UAC), and all of the Windows Store (Metro) Apps. It effectively cuts down on system-wide data breaches and network intrusion.
What’s new in KeyScrambler 3.1:
- Fixed bug causing sporadic scrambled input.
- Changed handling of shift keys to avoid triggering StickyKeys.
- Fixed movement keys not working in Minecraft.
- Fixed some settings not being saved under Windows XP.
- Enabled East Asian language input support for Personal edition.
- Fixed crash under certain conditions in SlimBrowser.
- Fixed rare occurrence of trying to turn on encryption before kernel module is ready.
- Changed logon module registration under Windows XP to avoid missing file warning in Hijack This report.
- Fixed incomplete product key reset function.
Download: KeyScrambler Personal 220.127.116.11 | 1.3 MB (Freeware)